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SIXTY-FOUR PAGES 


VICTORIaT BRITISH COLUMBIA, SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1951 


NO. 117— NINETY-THIRD YEAR 


Springtime in the Cascades 


Food, Fuel, Cloth 
Push Canadian -V 


erase 


in haltered City 
al Advancing Fc 


By TOM GREEN 


Colonist Ottawa Correspondent 

OTTAWA, April 28. — A further jump In Canada's cost- 
of-llvlng Index for Marrh gf about two points Is expected 
to be announced by the Dominion Bureau of Statistics next 
Friday when It makes known Its latest Index. 

It was rentatlvely estimated to- to climb a minimum of l.b points 
night that the rise for March over during April. However, what thr 
February would he 1.8 point* but j actual Increase will he for April 
officials explained tht* was mb- w1 „ not ^ known until the index 
Ject to revision ax the latest com annf „ lnr *d In the first week of 
pllaflon of living coats had not - Jlln , jperea-e from 8 to in 
been finally completed. p* r Jn aales tax has been 

MORE TO COME having an effect on clothing fuel 

Higher prices for foods, fuel and on some food cent* *ln«e thr 
and clothing are aaid to he the budget was brought down on 
reason for the latest climb in the April 10 

Index. At March 1. the Index The belief is that the end of 
atood at 179.7 as against 175.2 on rising living cost may not he seen 
Fobruarv 1. The new Jump In the for some time yet. Campaigning 
index will not be the last. Gov- ; for the re imposition of price con 
•rament economists stated. They trola, some branches of labor have 
estimate that as a result of the also threatened to make pew 
lax fncreases announced In the wage demand* If the prices arc 
vacant budget, the Index is hound not Mnbllfted. 


TOKYO. April 28 (Sunday) (INS) — War rubbled 
Seoul was In imminent danger of frontal assault today bv 
twin Chinese columns closing on the old Korean capital 
from Uijongbu and Munsan 

But American artillery cm 
placed inside the city still blasted 
continuous barrage* against the 
advancing Communist fm,i sol 
dler* reported font miles to die 
north yesterday 

Eighth Army today refused to 
permit disclosure »»f the exact 
location of Chinese forces spear- 
heading the double pronged 
sault on Seoul. 

• iwtrvF «\ < irv 

Front dispatches reported (hut 
more than rVRi.rvjo CliinCM* fp-opi 
were driving toward I he dly with 
three groups reportedly under 
orders to retake llic capital These 
reports also mi id another two Red 
nrniy groups will attempt to go 
around the city and drive to the 
south. 

( A Red army group com- 
posed of three armies of dm-e 
I divisions each. A group total* 
l about 102.000 troops. » 

A delayed front dlspati h re 
i ported that white-clad Chinese 
J troops were ferried across the 


Lilli nese 
Support 

Lessens 


Chinese with rveryihiuq from big 
naval guns to )wr»»rd wire. 

Tlie mid itenlnaula strong hold 
of Clitinrhon, captured a month 
ago by a First Cavalry division 
i. ink Infantry ln*k force, wa« 
seized by the t Til nese aftet Al 
||i-d furies withdrew from the 
entire Chunchon Valiev 

Allied troop* abandoned Chun 
chon Saturday and took up post 
Rons op a mountain line along the 
tiattow pit«-sos bCTWTbil CTTTfTt 
• lion and lloncchon. 


TOKIO April 2* t INS'. Com* 
mu n is! Inns** lighting through* 
out southeast A*in Hunt suffered 
liCttvj ac thafk s a* a dire* t Bf nd| 
of ftie prolonged Korean var 
w I licit bus deprived them of «!• 
most all Krd (lilnrxr aid. 

An trvlependem survey by 
Western Informants, * h o w e d 
these developments: 

1. Vietmlnh rriel force* *n 
Indo- China have reverted to 
strictly guerrilla tact ir*. abandon* 
log frontal assaults against 
French and native force* Their 
leader. Mo r*hl mlnh. ha* l>een 
"kicked upstairs' to make way 

for Truopg Chlnh. 

2 British force* In Malays 
gained their greatest Mirrr»* last 
month against Red terrorists who 
have lost ihe support of resident 
Chinese civilian*. 

1 The Rangoon • Mandalay 
Road and the Irrawaddy River 
line In Burma haa been cleared 
I of rebel*. 


k . -A r WtrnrtuMg 

'‘snow plough spearheads the annual attack on uerp-plled 8 now in 
Cascade Mountain* A stream of anow shoots skyward as the plough 
wadr* Into IU big Spring -cleaning Job 


A 16 year-old i*>y was arrested 
driving a stolen car late Iasi 
night by city police just half an 
hour after the automobile was 
reported missing In Saanich 
police by the owner. Robert 
Currie, from an address on 
ShomrJlff Drive. 

cily police constable Angus 
Stewart spotted the car speeding 
on Gorge Road. 

The youthful driver was turned 
over to Saanich police and will 
be charged In Juvenile court. 


Iran Votes to Seize 
British Oil Holdings 


WASHINGTON, April 28 vn. But the announcement *ald they 
Tie Government today announced will be reduced by four to five 
a new beef price control program cents a pound August i, and again 
calling for almost a dlmea pound by the same amount October 1. 
rollback at the butcher shop by The Office of Price Stablllea- 
Ortober 1. Hon In announcing Ihe new regu- 

Th, program provide lor pro l-'lon, ,«ld annul Mylnj. to thr 
tr»»lvrly rrduord celling tor ^“^Mn puttUc wtU hr .bout 
Uve cattle starting next month. »* 00 .fx w 

Retail prices will remain about PRE-KOBEA LEVEL 

the same for the time being, al- The new celling*. O PS. said, 
♦bough they win he placed under will put beef prices by Fall hack 
eperiflc dollars and-cents ceilings, to about w-here they were when 
the Korean War began. Retail 


Canadian Clock* 
Turned Ahead 

D AYLIGHT Saving Time 
was In effect for most 
parts of Canada today. 

Majority of the nation's 
clocks wer* set ahead one 
hour last night In tune with 
the new schedule. 

WAS YOUMt? 
Incidentally, the country 
goe* back on Standard Time 
September 30. 


onto the Klmpo Peninsula that 
juts Into the Yellow Sea west of 
Seoul. The Red infnntr>men 
crossed the river In three large 
boats and were strafe*! rcpe.it- 
edly by Allied alrcrafl with un- 
known result*. 

SEOUL TOTTER 1 N G 

Seoul, which has changed hands 
four times In the Korcnn War, 
tottered as Allied elements con 
tinued their counter • punching 
withdrawals across the 120-mile 
Korean front from .Seoul to In|e. 

Tfiry delayed the onrushlng 


TEHRAN. Iran. April 28 OP)— | Sunday. The British plan to send 
The lower house of Iran'a Par warships to protect British Uvea 
Ua merit voted unanimously to- and property If their safety la 
night for Immediate seimre u{ threatened.) 

the British-owned Anglo Iran Oti ; 

Company. i. *, ^ i 

The lawmakers also called on \ j »• | |»wit* I |*QC|| i 
the Shah to assign I>r Moham- /»■* AallVl vJl dull - 
med Mossadegh. 76. the Irader of , 
the nattonnU/ation drive, to the ¥ In /IlOllO 
vacant premiership. But the III IVII1I (111(1 
Shah appeared to have other 

The 1500,060.600 Anglo- Iranian Fatal to All 

Company, which h*.s run the rk b 

oil Industry in Iran for 50 .vears FORT WAYNE. IncL. April 2S 
has been beset for a month by id 1 '.— A United Air Lines pas- 
natlonallst agitation and strikes senger plane plunged tn earth 
it blamed on the Communists. and exploded near the Fort 

• Less than six hours before the Wayne Airport tonight, killing 
Majlis voted, the company sn ''cht passenger* and the crew of 
nounerd in London 0 had pro- three There were no survivors, 
tested against ihe parliamentary Three of thr passengers were 
moves to take over British ort student nurses from a South 
Interests. A note dispatched to Bend hospital, en route from a 
Tehran objected strongly psychiatric clinic at Massillon, 
j "against the possibility of such a Ohio, 
breach of the agreement between Henry Facks, a farmer living 
the Imperial Government (of near the scene, told a reporter 
Iran) and the company. 1 * the crash occurred during a heavy 

'British Foreign Office leader* Windstorm. He said he aaw the 
were at their desks throughout plane flip over In the air from 
the day. studying first hand re about l.ono feet up and plunge 
ports and planned to be on duty | to earth. 


Austin Urges I 
Ft r United Nat 


BULLETINS 


LAKE SUCCESS, N Y, April 
_ 28 (INS) America's chief dele 

A Sm«iclu»c cal* the United Nations de 

lA III II ulllaollto f lared tonight that no single ra 

I tion - not evrn the United Stales 

C 1 1 * I1M' ,1, —Is strong enough to provide 

sunshine Mark -^1.^11 ^^1,, 

Ihe fare of global Communist ag 
With ttie simplest April on rer gre*«4on 
ord behind them. Victorians are 
not too much worried about to- ^ 
day's prediction of cloudy and w 
ro. .irr weather a 

Yesterday's seven hours and m ?mher nation* and for sanctions 
24 minutes of sunshine smashed at . aIn st Red China, said over a 
the 1918 record of 271 hours of jj, N. radio broadcast: 
total April sunshine by more than xisit 

four hours, with a 278.8hour 

| "No country has so few men 
The and hour mark may well In Its armed force* that It cannot 
be topped before tomorrow mid- provide some to the common 
night, the weather bureau oays- cause/* 


Austin’s remarks fores I > id, 
owed action by the 12 meinlsT 
additional measures committee 
on punishing Mao Tse-Tung for 
hla defiance of the United Na- 
tions. 

The UA has railed for a meet. 
Ing of the committee to take up 
recommendations that economic 
R, ^nrtinns he Imposed again l Rr«l 
-,ff china before military and other 
irv punitive steps. 


Sabotage? 

GIBRALTAR. April 28 
(/P). — The posNibillty 
sabotage brought British 
naval experts to Gibraltar 
today to investigate Fri- 
day** explosion of the 
munitions *hlp Bedenham. 


The Moore Whittington Lumber 
Company, Victoria, has applied 
lor a forest management licence 
«f 4 P.non acres on Vancouver Is 
land a West Coast. 

The area Sought for logging 
rights la at Nltlnal Lake near 
Barkley Sound, the provincial 
Department of Lands and Forests 
Mid yesterday. 

Lumber company officials could 
■of be reached for comment 


St. Laurent 
To Outline 
Cominjr Work 


Fire on Rioters 

BOMBAY, April ?8 <*\ — 
Police today fired on rioting 
Hindus and 8|kh« In Ahmeda- 
hwd. In We«t Central India. 


Believed Oldest Found 

Human Bone Discovery 
Stirs Scientific World 

TSHRAN. Iran. April 28 CP).— ; what now la Rusala. Then the 
perhaps 75,000 year* ago three roof fell In. 

their shattered 


American Re-United With Family 


This month 
bones were dug up by a Unlver- I 
*lty of Pennsylvania professor 
and a young Harvard graduate. 
Their discovery In Northern Iran, 
amid gravel deposits going back 
to the Ice Age. is bound to stir 
up the scientific world 

The two say the bones they 
found may have belonged to the 
oldest human beings ever traced. 
And they may prove that modern 
man goes farther back than has 
been believed 

SMALLER BRAINS 

Dr. Carleton S Coon of Devon. 
Pa., curator of the Mediter- 
ranean and Far Eastern section 
of the University of Pennsyl- 
vania's Museum, says the pin- 
beaded Caspian men had most 
of the physical characteristics 
of modern man except that their 
brain chambers were smaller. 
Oeologlcal evidence Indicates 
they lived even before the Nean- 
derthal Man. 

This theory might upset the 
contention that modem ihan 
descended from the so-called 


f-ment approximate $70,000,000 value on Then, about mid-session, U»« 
States these claim*- Prime Minister usually gives the 

'The U.S. Stale Department )n Cnmnnong an | rt ea of what bllla 
War hlnplon said It could noi aM1 | * ra lo be introduced and or 
' " mnfirm this valuation and that anY nPW legislation 
■rTf ,hr 1 .006 year -o'd rnmn of R! Prime Minister 1 /mjIx St. Lanr- 
' Slept en Is not Included Thr rnf | r ,d»rated he will Oink* 

crown Is a religious relic and nt-aiemenl shortly, possibly 

w •\mliol of Hungarian sove 

•«' ™ MAJOR R 11 .I.A 

3 held In Munich.) L(l .. 

; ‘ t I 2. To allow reojjenlng In Three major bhls put through 
New York and Cleveland of Hun esrly In the session set up the 
* I garian consulates closed after new Department of Defence 
Vogeler's arrest Production, gave the Oovern- 

A 3 To lift the Washington ban ment reinforced emergency pow- 
S. j on travel by American cl I Irens In er* and extended the Exchange 
Hungary. Control Board Iwo more year* 

4. To abandon or alter Voice ol Among Items still on the order 
$ 1 America broaderfsis In Munich paper are bills dealing with vrt- 


Telephone and Tek'graph Cnrp- some questions 
wept Joyfully in the arm* of hi« reasons." 
wife and their two boys after a Vogeler— who u 

quirk motor trip from Budapest a blaPkoul , f 
to his Vienna home. heard of the K< 

Pale and looking "like a shell- other developmet 
shock case," lie sl<lc-strp|»ed year and a half 


VIENNA, April 28 I INS' — 
Robert A. Vogeler. New York 
business man. said tonight | 
ahotily after his dramatic ran- j 
aom release from a Hungarian 
Communist prison that he was In 
a mental blackout from third 
degree treatment when convicted 
of being an American "atomic 
*py.“ 

Vogeler was freed after 17 
month*' confinement in a deal 
that gave Hungary four Import 
ant concessions Including the re- 
storation of Naxl-looted Hun- 
garian property unofficially 
valued at $70,600,000. 

The sunken-cheeked utility exe- 
cutive said upon his. arrival in 
Vienna that he was kept awake 
by artificial means so long before 
his trial and "confession” that he 
did not know whether he was' 
drugged or made his statement* 
voluntarily. 

GIVEN PRIVILEGES 

Vogeler aaid he was "given 
special privilege*" after hi* sen- 
tendQg He learned after hta 
releasr that this was during the 
period of negotiations between 
the United State* and Hungary. 

Vogeler aaid. They wanted to 
keep me healthy." and added: 

"During the Investigator? 
period before the trial they made 
It very clear they were not pro 
securing Robert Vogeler. They 
were embarrassing America." 

Vogeler, 30- year-old assistant 
| vice-president of the International 


Inside Today 


"Corae of the Pharaohs" 

Revived 

Lawyer* IMaagree on - 
Bonding 

Military Artlvltiw 
World News In Review 
Watches From Old-Time 
China Palares Tam 
t’p Herr 


COIDNIST PHONES .. tl 

Bobby Sox 30 

Building Note* 19 

(lasolfled 27 

Comics 87 

Crossword 

Colbert M»n on Bridge „ 10 

Editorials — * 

Entertainment Column _ 11 

Europe Today 8 

Financial News 12 

G. E. Morllmore's Column 2 

life's IJke That 81 

lamella Parsons' Column IS 

Marine New* ■ R 

Oddities ... * 

Radio Program* *7. 2* 

School Page «. 7 

(Serial Mory *• 

BoHaJ — 21, 2 L *6. *• 

Bport 14. Ilk »« 

Televlrio- 17. 88 

rheotees IS 

Tom Taylor's Column .. 4 

Undo Mlgglfr 18 


Old Lady of Broad Street 
Moving Soon to \etc Plant 

T HE Colonist, long known as The Old Lady of Broad 
Street, has Just one more week to publish In the 
present building. Next week-end, she will set up 
shop In a modern new building on Douglas Street, near 
the Fountain Intersection. 

On Page 18 today. 6olonl«t wrtteri G E Morlimore 
and Barney McKinley tell the story of the move, one 
of the largest and most complex In Victoria's history. 
And J. K Nesbitt goes back through the years to the 
first days of The Colonist In a Wharf Street shed. 







CAN'T RUST 
OR CORRODE 


fa* mail dispatcher To 
>uvcr. 125 p.m. and 31:15 

to Seattle. 4:45 p.m.: to Port 
le*. noon; to Victoria and 


WANTED 


Directs “School of Mercy 


Victoria. B.C.. Sua . April 29, 1951 


2 fldtlii (Coloniat 


room or comfort 


a rumpus 

at.lv furnished room t 
meeting In ammimodi 

20 in 25 men. Cnff«*e a 
snack to tw supplied 
liill.t p.m. Oak Bay p 
f erred. 

Phone B 371 4 


a.m.: to l’p-l*land points, 4:9" 
p.m. "■ 

Surface matl receipts: From 
Vancouver, 7:15 a.m., 4 p.m.; from 
Seattle. 1:10 p.m ; from FWt 
Angeles 'except Sunday 1, 9.13 
a.m.: fawn Up Island t Nanaimo 
South) 11:90 a.m.; from other 
points t T p-Island. 5:30 p.m.. and 
12:30 a.m. 


The Victoria Post Office has an- 
nounced the following dai y re- 
ceding and dispatching times to 
take effect Sunday: 

Air mail dispatches: To \ an- 
comer and East, midnight, 3.15 
p.m. and 10:45 P-W : to Seattle. 
7:15 am. and 12:30 p.m.; East 
18:40 p.m. 

Ait* mall rceipis: From Nam 
cou\er and East. 8:45 am. and 


By G. E. Morlimore 


A colleague tells me that things will be quite differently 
iiti/ed when The Colonist moves into Its new building. 

For one thing, he claims. there won t be so many reporters 


Hi a m on d 


Each one of us will have an onice to mmseii, oi rouiw. 

No more ot this mingling with fVie common herd hi the city ( 
room. There won't be any common herd 

And every editor’s office will be furnished with materials 
peculiar to his department. 

The financial editor will have a ticker at his elbow, so that 
he can hear about the next stock market crash before It 
hapjH na. In one corner of the office there will be an oil derrick 
The financial editor's desk will be more like a mineral museum 
than anything else. with, gold nuggets, nobs of coal and chunks 
of uranium ore lying nil over the place 

This may lead to conflict with the mining editor, but we 
editors can easily straighten out a little thing like that. 

The financial editor’s office will also be littered with 
graphs which look like cross -sections of the Rockies; fat books 
about trend >; and shares In non-existent companies. 

* * * 

The Island editor will live among mapa. totem poles, 
highway signs, wooden Indians and samples or sand from 
QuaUcum Beach. His office will be run on the lines of a 
general store. At any time of the day one will be able to And 
the Island editor whittling at a stick and gossiping with a 
number of rugged characters who wear mackinaws and dip 
Into the cracker barrel. 

They will all sit on orange boxes and prop their feet on 
th< kind oi stove which polite people call •‘round-stomached 

The marine editor's ofllce will be an unsavory den, 
perfumed by ripe cod steaks, oysters and very dead barnacles. 
But nobody will be able to deny that the office has atmosphere. 

The furniture will consist largely of upturned rum kegs 
and full-rigged ships In bottles. 

The marine editor himself will be a grizzled salt who sits 
on a cull of rope, with a foul pipe In one hand and a box of 
seuslckness P»Us in the other. He will always be ready to 
spin a yarn about Cutty fiark days. 

Ray Worm aid Is rehearsing for this role at present, but 
he doesn't like it. He says that shag tobacco Is giving him a 
rough. 

* * * 

Nobody will venture in the sports editor’s office, because of 
the danger of being stopped cold by a right cross or conked 
on the head with a bar bell. It will be difficult to work in 
there, what with plug-uglies flexing their biceps and the 
Globe-Trotters heaving a basketball around, and all that. 
Take my advice and keep clear of the sports editors office. 

Naturally the entertainment editor will be a chorus girl in 
tights, and her assistant will be a trained seal 

The crime editor will be a policeman, and his office will 
be all cluttered up with fingerprint gear, handcuffs. Dick 
Tracy comic books and dossiers of every citizen of the Island. 
Swarthy characters with suspicious bulges under the armpits 
will slink in the back way. Everything in the office will be 
nailed down 

The P-gal editor will wear robes and a wig. and will address 
all comers with such phrases as "party of the first part, "heirs 
and assigns forever." "habeas corpus," "holus bolus' and 
"caveat emptor. ' 

The social editor will be a comely and charming lady 
who ... but what am 1 saying? She is comely and charming 
now. Well, we don't have to change everything, do we? 


for * lovely 


FIGHTING BUZZARD* 

CLYRO. Radnorshire. Wales 
fCP». -Two buzzards locked In mid- 
air combat plunged down onto 
the neck of a horse ridden by 
John Morgan and one bird em- 
bedded a talon in his hand. Mr. 
Morgan killed the birds. 


—Central Pm» CM*4l*n 


FIRST COLONIZED 

St. Kitts, principal Island of the 
Leeward Islands, was the firs: 
possession of the British NVest 
Indies to be colonized in 1623. 


Choose h«r «agogem*r» oed 
wfOd-ng OOQ Of F W f'O'V'S 

l*d . whe*e Q* m * °"d mous- 
ing* ore out*,fonding 


suited In a number being sent to 


hospital. 


Breakup 

Definite , 

Says Rita 


Built Like a Truck 
Rides Like a Car 

Plus Studebakcr Fatuous Economy 
THAT'S THE NEW '51 


fnQogeme»t 


Central Pre»i Canadian 

Clad In robes of Order of 
Martha and Marla. Princess 
Alice, widow of Prince Andrew 
of Greece and mother of 
Prince Philip of England, goes 
about her duties as directress 
of a girls’ religious school. 


NEW YORK. April 28 •*’>— Klta 
Hayworth. Brooklyn girl who be^ 
came a princess, said today her 
story book marriage to Prince Aly 
Khan was ended. 

The red haired film star said 
she would seek a “legal and per- 
because his 
far flung 


Wedding 

Ring 

4675 


STUDEBAKER 

PICKUP 

JAMESON MOTORS 


manent separation' 

•odal obligations and 
Interests" made a happy home life 
Impossible for her and her two 
children. 

(Her statement confirmed an 
exclusive atory In The Dally 1 
Colonist last Tuesday morning.) 

The statement. Issued through 
1 28 1 her attorney. Bartley Crum, con- 
olel firmed frequent reports -denied 
arst |by Aly- that the royal romance 

Ittle on *be ro< -' ks> 

At Prince Aly s luxurious sea- 
bed i side chateau In France, his secre- 
:lon, ' Ury gal,] the prince was away for 
! the evening but had been reached 


Teacher 
Convicted 
Of Murder 


740 BROUGHTON ST. • G 1 

” just Down From the Royal Theatre 


frank francts 

SAYS— 


Engagement Ring »2t 
Wedding A*ng MS 


To the man who says, “Come back in 
Sixty Days." I say, "If you're not here 
when I come back, for whom shall I 
ask?" 

Let's Talk This Over 

tf-RANK FRANCIS 
307 Jones Building, Victoria 
Phone E 41365 


TERMS 

OF COURSE 


tnrjofjemenf P>ng till 
Wedd-eg Ring $125 


1210 DOUGLAS 
STREET 

G7611 


ft. N. E. HARRIS, C.L.U, 

OI»*l«1 **■■■!— 

•07 JO MM WOO . VICTORIA 


■ hysterical motner TEACE OR WAR 

screaming from the | 

CROYDON. Surrey. England 
of seven men and «P*.- -A peace committee here or 
i recommended life ganlzed a meeting which had 
rtt Chief Prosecutor anything but peaceful result*:, 
demanded the death Men and women attending became 
Involved In a free for -all that re- 


Weather Report 


penalty 


Sunshine Saturday, 7 hours, 24 | 
minutes 

Precipitation, last 24 hours, | 

.30 Inch. 

FORECAST TEMPERATURES 

High today — 33 

Low today — — — 43 

ron at a Tiers 

'CM*. Uhl Tim* 

Tim* HUiM 
M'rh 1 H • m 1 1 n 

' I M • m ion. 

nun .. 10 13 *.m. 1 1 ft. 

T/rw 5 1J pm son 

II Ml'f AND SCNftET 
Snort*# A SI I 

rtnritAttitt 

Prwipl 

Mm M»« utiua 
40 04 

A3 01 Tfpro 


April 29. 1951 
(Government Forecast) 
TODAY 

Continuing cooler with a few 
clouds. Winds southwest, 25 
mph. 

MONDAY 

Outlook sunny. 


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KM OKDKD TEMPERATURES 

High Saturday 56 

Low Saturday — — - 45 

DOWNTOWN (TO 10:30 P.M.) 

High - 

Low 46 


INSTANT 

HOT WATER BUY THIS LARGE 

PACKAGE 
FOR VALUE 


Jaycees Seek 
Elections Act 
Amendment 


with an Inglis Glasteel 
Electric Water Heater 


KAMLOOPS, April 28 c* -For 
the second year In a row. R. J. 
Innes of Kamloops has been 
elected regional president of the 
Junior Cliamber of Commerce In 
British Columbia. 

Mr. Innes was elected to hia 
tccond term during the final 
business sessions of the Jaycees' 
convention which concluded here 
today. 

Monty Aldous. president of the 
North Vancouver J.C.C.. I* the 


Yes, Bingo is like thot, you either hove the 
lucky cord or you don't How different things 
ore when it comes to moving and storage. 
Then, there's no question of luck, for you have 
the choice, and if you're wise you II choose 
Heaney's, where 80 people, the latest equip- 
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C lilll gplflHtBt VictorU B C- Sun , April 29, 1951 


3 




Legendary 'Curse of Pliaroalis 
Revived by Six Deaths in Cgyp 


EUROPE TODAY 


British have been trying. with 
spectacular success. to restrain 
the United 8tates In the Far 


By KINGSBURY SMITH 

PARIS. April 28 (INS-. — 
American diplomacy Is exerting 
strong Influence today to try 
to prevent the situation In Iran. 


Just as the British told Wash- 
ington they feared United States’ 


Tk‘m who 


year. 


awakened with a terrible pain in Hut Dr Dotigla^ Y 
his stomach. unwrapped the mummy of lut- 

< Arsf: i SK.MWN m. M 7® i* *1111 hal* *n4 

hearty. 

"He was taken to hospital hut ‘Surely if there I* a cur o r»r 
the cause of hi* pain was never ivrn has -aid. "it should rest 
discovered .... most heavily on nte. Hut p©*- 

"After my brother had died. I nth Is when I d" the way of all 
rp<-oi:rted alt this to one of hi* flesh, they w ill blame the r.ir r " 


oxptolon thftl might pr« 1Pl Ut. 

a third world war. danger of action In Iran which 

The trouble centres on Iran's m j R ht lead to war In Europe, 
determination to nationalize the Kv< . n more t ron i c i* ihe situa- 
great British -controlled Anglo- tmn In respect lo nationalization. 
Iranian oil fields. The Socialist Government of 

Fuol from those riclcLs keeps Britain, which has itself na- 
,„c Bi-nuh nav, -, 8 um high U» -w 

sea,s ' to Persian waters In virtual pro- 

Sale of the oil. which rep- lcJll against nationalization of 
resents 60 per cent of Western Iranian oil fields. 

Europe’s fuel consumption, Is URGING ACCEPTANCE 
one of Britain’s most important T j ie American Government, 
sources or foreign revenue. which has frowned on Britain’s 

RRrrttM<i kill Ml socialist experiments, is now 

BRITONS KILLED urglnK London to accept na- 

Biltlsh subjects have already tlonalu:al „ m or Iran’s oil 

S'™ This fa.it win runllrmrd to 

h ‘ . ' turbulent Mate -since International News Service by a 

the assassination in March of the j°P J* vel American diplomat in 

late Prime Minister Ah Razmara ^’" don , 

and his Education Minister . ru * .Mmrce 6 aid lhat American 

To protect ihe Anglo- Iranian ^"taiit ^JF***7 •* ® . 

'Oil Company’s interests, sup- f ■ £* r P h< T* fu ,R 

posedly guaranteed under a 9» vLs,t u > i* ,,don - suggested 

feu.se the British Government the ml lowing three po in .plan to 
recently sent war.-hlps steaming the British as a for 

into the Persian Gull * compromise wtllement of the 

, ZZ" ZTZZZ ZZZ To5!?t >L .houw ..« P . 

?h. rl l,l to ukt Vh»w r .. Ion '^ n ‘ oil 

is deemed necessary to protect Melds, but ’he Anglo- IranUn Oil 
those interests and ihe safety of Company should ^malnhed^- 
h__ r ii ivons * tribullon agent for Iranian oil 

Official Washington fears un the foreign markets 
British armed Intervention in 2 Njt profits »hou!d be shared 

"Nte 50 Sin, an Government 


•The curse’’ came Into world 
prominence after the discovery 
of the tomb of Tutankhamon at 
Luxor in 1922. 

Lorn Carnarvon, who financed, 
the expedition, died soon after the 
discovery of the t"mb and 't was 
said he was a victim of "the 
curse.” Howard Carter, who ac- 
tually made tin* discovery. * nd 
then others associated in the 
work, subsequently died. 

• not BLL” Nl'RVIV I D 

Superstitious people recalled 
that a curse was supposed to 
re-t on anyone who desecrated a 
burial place. 

In ancient Egyptian worship It 
was believed that the KA nr 
■‘double" of a tnan did not die 
when tiic man himself die. I hut 
continued to inhabit the body. 
Thus It was thought that disturb- 
ance of the mummy separated the 
» KA from its owner and that any- 
one who meddled With the 
( mummy Would ■suffer so un- 
timely end. 

Fir" i of the six young 
Egyptian* t" die was name* I Dor- 
wish. lie dco'fivettkl relic.! of 
King Amerioplil* m Luxor. 


ffinjr 


OLYMPLA, Wash April 28 lie ilcscrlbed the proposal as 

plan* for bridging Puget "the biggest engineering ami 
Sound will be checked by nation financing protect eve r vrder* 
ally -recognized engineers U f«b‘ taken by this state 
the project is advanced to Otc | t cw ij s f,, r a Boating bridge 

const rue! Inn stage, it was dia- f r« »m ti\e Seattle ninodn'Ul to 

closed l«Hi*y. Vaslmn Island, * suspension 

William A. Hogge, stare d, bridge from Vasimn i« the Kitsap 
rector of highvvav said pretun County mainland, and n<nue 
Inary studies scheduled for com- 'via road: or bridges ’•» 

plot Inn July l indicate that the Bremerton Balnbridge Island and 
project ts feasible They wore Dio Olympic Ivnm uln. 
conducted by t’haries K. Andicw. ()thP| . ,„ nit|ons . s ,„died hv An- 
chief consulting engineer for the dmv lnrUl<1 „ ( , 

• •! -ft i t 

State Toll Bridge Authority, and Sral „„ am>lhr| fr ,.„i W t 

his slaff. ... Point In Seattle and a third from 

H* * three-man beard « I Alk k |S , mI u ,.. t , . Bainhr.dge 

- atk - .« Ij ognl ed engln w ( L 

Wl'l be appointed within S >X '• 1 
week* to check Andrew’s prelim V 

In. .r \ f.ndin, and if they « nmr 71m c nurseries of t lie Out Ario 
with Andrew, determine the Lands' and Forests Department 
proper locatio n for the cross in IP.Vl shipped 20.000.000 young 
’sound brTd:*e» or HTh**. frees for reforrstafTmt 


Like any mother holldayer. Princess Elizabeth extended her 
vacation a.s long as possible before returning home. Here ,s 
one of her best "holiday snapshots,’ taken In Rome Just after 
her 25th blrlhdav luncheon on April 2L Prime Phillip, shown 
with her. remained at ills Mediterranean naval post when 
she returned home. 


lee ttreaku 


•hr.uM have the r::-hf to greyer 111 y 

supervision of tiie Internal M1M 1 RR1 

operations of the Anglo-lranian 

Oil Company. REGINA. April 2» EB. Ex 

SEPARATE DEAL? tensive uranium development 

Suggestion* have also been O prrotlons are expected to get 
made that the Anglo Iranian undpr |n the norlh weKt 

Company's 90-year lease agree- , *. ... ... ... ... 

mrnt for development and ex-|«»im.T of Saskatchewan early In 

ploltaflon of the Iranian oil June. 

Melds should be transformed Into The ire is expected to be off * 
a treaty between the Iran and Lake Athaba-ka by the first week 

s^mtTisr 114 1 r »« j ""- hc;, ; y 

Meanwhile, anti - British de ment to l>e moved In by barge 
Gaulllst sources have been clr- from the railhead «t vSatcixcays. 
c, dating rumors that rprtaln Alia. 

unidentified British elements Prospector* with Geiger count 
have been toying with the idea ers will be in the field shortly, 
of making a separate deal with Planned exploration exj>endi 
Russia over Iran. i ture* by mining companies in ihe 


Nor ih I hi* year have »*M>n eMi 
mated nt more Ilian $3,0 Cnmmi. I 
Most ».f this will la* lor uranium 1 
development. 

So actual uranium mine- are 
c\|K« ted to is? brought into pro 
ductl.m tins year but the ground 
ork will be laid for future oper 
atlons. Much of the work will l>o 
designed to see if the finds are 
worth developing further. 
UNDERGROUND 
Four and possibly five new 
underground projects are sched- 
uled f<»r tl>e next few months. 

A new shaft Is to »>c put down i 
by the Eld.-rado Mining A- Refm 
ing i*o. north of tioldfields, which 
is on the north shore of laike 
i Alhnhnxka. M'hls new slinft will 
»*c »oine<l to the Ace I-nkr shaft. 
Eldorado, ©vvne/1 by the Federal 
j Government, also plans to map 
all its iioOodd claims tins year. 

Nicholson Mines Ud. has prop 
oriy on Lake Athabn*<ka nhftul 
four ndlcs east of Goldfu-ld*.. Its 
Norwood, | was recently lowered. 

Nesbitt Lftt'lne t'raniiim Mine- 
f.td. will b»- testing plti hhlendr 

Black, Roy Walla*-c. Pte . Mrs. showing* near Eldorado proper 
Elizabeth Black t mother'. Ot tips, 
fawn. 

Rordeleau. Joseph Gerald 
Fraser, Pte.. Mrs. Regina Bonle- 
leau 'molberi. 2nd Street. C’adll- 
lac. Gue, 

Caldcr, Tliomas Ronald. Pte., 

Mrs. I.eiia (alder 'wife'. Fort 
Frances, Ont. 

Edmond. Anthony William, 

L.CpI., Mrs. Adeline Edmond 
• mother'. 1k7 Dragatl* Street. 

Glace Bay. N.S. 

Morrow. t>»nald Charles, Pte., 

Mrs. Lydia Morrow t mol hen, 

Box f.4, Michirtil, Alla. 

Nbhol, Brur^ Dnllard. Pte., 

Mr-. Ruth Nlehol 'mother', Ot- 
tawa. 

Reuume, Aledxird Wilfred. Pte.. 

Windsor. Ont.; Mrs. Valerie 
Rraiime t mother 1 . Queen Street, 

Tilbury, Ont. 

Sander, Paul, Pte.. Winnipeg; 

Mrs. Irma Sandor (mother,, 

Glentworth. Sa.-k. 

Shephard, Ronald Warren. Pte . 

Mrs. Elsie May Shephard 
t mother', Windsor. Ont. 

Richardson. Edward James, 

Pte., Mrs. Myrtle Margaret 
Richardson (mother', Suite 21 
1182 East Hastings Street Van 
convey. 


— Central Ptra* Cai.adlan 

At the top of the tree ts a 
raccoon and shinnying up In hi* 
direction Is John Pnneznlek. an 
Italian immigrant who arrived 
In Lakevlew, Ont.. a few day* 
ago. John know* something 
about raccoon* now, as the 
animal managed to cause him 
to withdraw from the attack 
with nipped finger*. The rac- 
coon then leisurely escaped. 


l.risis ^een 

In Red Bid 
To Oust U.N 


TOPPERS 


*ports Death 
lit Canadian 


Oddities 


Somewhere In the weeks OTTAWA. April 28 CD— The 19.1 Horace Street 
ahead the United Nations forrrx army today Issued the 12th 
must make a stand. And this casualty list of the Korean war. 
bloody conflict will decide sporting eight men killed and 
whether they can remain In ten other* wounded. 

Korea. The Hut brought to 105 Ihe 

Tie Issue will be decided by number of casualties suffered so 
the skill of the Allies In avoiding far hv the 2nd Battalion. Prim-ess 
trap* and using their superior Patricia’* Canadian Light In 
firepower to rut the enemy down fan try, In Korean action. They 

to size. Include If dead, lift wounded and 

The enemy ha* the advantage injured In battle accidents, 
in manpower. Only time ran kll.I.K.I) IN At TION 

trii whether Allied Orepower ta M s'h.rm.n, pte 

enntiBh Id chop down tm enemy (Wheel. 19) Third 

who doc» not fount eo,l of vie- 0nl . 

tory In men s lives . . . „ 

II Hits superior firepower isn’t Melding. I^lie Thorp*. Pie., 
enough then a great army ts Mr*. Mary Fielding (mother'. 10 
bring driven bark toward the Aberdeen Street. Truro. N.S. 
se t » and the greatest evacuation Haves, CurtD Archie. Pte., 

of all time, Toronto. Mr. Thomas Hayes 

CONFIDENT • father!, Dunhar, Ont. 

But American military leader* t>e*sard. Joseph Marcel I^o. 
are confident the tough Eighth p| f ^ Mr. Louts Lessard (father*. 

Army can take everything the Mattawa, Ont. 
enemy cap throw — and still 
come back fighting. 

The Allies are pulling bark now 
against the first battering at- 
tacks of the Chinese end the- war 
offensive. The strategy t * to 
"roll with the punch” and kill a* 
many of the enemy *' possible. 

The next best defensive posi- 
tion will be south of Seoul In the 
Irhon-Wonju area where the 
Red drive was halted In January. 

If this line can't hold the 
enemy, the Eighth Army still ran 
full bark to the old Taegu line 
running eg.si from Waegwan 
through the mountains lo Po- 
hangdnng 

’ Falling here, Ihe army still cun 
pull into a tight perimeter 
defence around the Port of 
Pusan for a last-dl'vh stand 
There Is confidence in military 
circles here that In these suc- 
cessive positions the Allies could 
take a terrible toll of Chinese 
lives making the n K ht too costly 
for them even with their vast 
manpower reserve*. 


Hl» II MON D, Va . April 2b v. 
—John Nailing of .Slant, Va.. Is 
g. ing to become a baptized church 
member May 20, 

"It's about time, to o. don’t you 
think?” said Sailing He Is 103. 


BUFFALO, N.Y., April 2* 

VC \ — "I have married a wife, 
and therefore I cannot come.** 
An unidentified naval reserv- 
ist quoted this Rilillcal passage 
In a letter citing reasons why 
he should not l*e railed bark 
to duly In Ihe navy. 

The navy rejected llie ap|»ral 
In kind: 

-For I also am a man set 
under' authority, having under 
myself sailors, and I say to 
this one. go and he goeth: to 
another, come and he comet h.” 
C o nv m e n t e d Lieut. 4 rndr. 
Frederick K. Raleigh, local 
recruiting officer: 

“It Is presumed that Ihe 
reservist heedeth.” 


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Ben T. Gregory, director of 
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old mattress. M lien the work 
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y^lVE days developing, the Red Chinese 
J H attack on the United Nations force 
in Korea became clearly ide ntifiable as 
the week ended as a major battle to which 
the enemy has committed very large num- 
bers of troops. Reports from the field indi- 
cated that this is no mere attempt to push 
tin* Allies south of the 38th Parallel or 
merely to capture Seoul, now under bom- 
bardment for the fifth consecutive time. 
It has all the markings of an outright at- 
tempt to push the defenders back to Pusan 
and out of Korea. Whether that turns out to 
b'* the real Chinese aim or not, the Red 
attack is a clear-cut answer to latent peace 
overtures launched at Lake Success this 
month. It is to be war and not peace, as 
Chinese Communists see it. 

The repeated story of a retreat, however 


reading.' Time after time United Nations 
units have been ordered back from their 
positions with luirdly more than a scouting 
contact with the enemy. Highlighted 
against this surrender of ground won at 
considerable cost only a few weeks ago has 
been the deathless example or the Royal 
Gloucestershire Regiment which, in rear- 
guard action and outrnanned 10 to 1, fought 
on without yielding until it was literally 
decimated. Turkish and certain other Allied 
units have had a similar experience. All 
of which removes the fighting from the 
character of political manoeuvring and 
points up its stern significance as a savage 
war. Whatever the fortunes of tomorrow the 
Chinese Communists once again hold the 
Initiative, and this is grimly serious business 
for the Western nations. 


Making tin- Players Pay In Get Onto the (.round 


^i^HK Federal Government’s ruling, now 
| definitely confirmed, that members of 
the Special Force in Korea must pay 
income tux is just about the unfairest im- 
position a government could make on the 
men it sends overseas to fight. Despite pro- 
tc t . from veterans’ organizations, the Gov- 
ernment has refused flatly to reverse the 
ruling; and so. for the first time in Cana- 
dian military history, the members of a 
force actually in combat outside the coun- 
try arc taxed as if they were still in civilian 
clothes. 

Every member of the Special Force is a 
volunteer, and when a man is willing to 
risk lik life In the defence of his country 
and to endure I lie hardship and separation 
of active service no further calls should 


be made on him. Bv taking away any part 
of his pay, no matter how small, the Gov- 
ernment in erfcct makes him contribute 
towards the costs of the bullets lie fires. In 
explanation of its ruling the Government 
says the policy is that everyone must share 
the cost of defence. The hazards a soldier 
accepts and the things he gives up when 
he dons uniform so fur transcend money 
valdr s as to make it an insult even to com- 
pare his share i»r defence with that of the 
taxpayer at home, let alone compel him 
to contribute doubly 
For the sake of a few miserable dollars 
and a wholly unsupportablc policy tins in- 
justice is being done. The Government 
should be big enough to admit that the 
decision was a mistake, and to rescind it. 


(irnrrnls and Thvir W nr Memoirs 

C GENERAL Omar Bradley’s war memoirs front 
J are not calculated to smooth the 


C GENERAL Omar Bradley's war memoirs 
J are not calculated to smooth the 
rather disturbed path of British* 
American relations. All through his narra- 
tive there is a constant disparagement of 
Field Marshal Montgomery that the people 
of the United Kingdom arc bound to re- 
ceive with ill grace, especially when they 
read of British and Commonwealth troops 
doing the rearguard fighting in the current 
American-commanded United Nations re- 
treat. 

Gcneruls, one fears, should not write 
memoirs, even when they are certain to 
become best-sellers, unless they can match 
with discreet words the actions and per- 
sonalities they describe. No good comes of 
calling names, such as the “pious teetotal ’ 
label that General Bradley pins on Mont- 
gomery. albeit this attribute did not pre- 
vent the later from being the most suc- 
cessful single commander on the Western 


front. Montgomery has come in for so much 
abuse at the hands of his .former American 
colleagues since the war ended that one 
is impelled to reflect on the evils of jealousy. 

Generals, too. are apt to reveal more 
of themselves than they think when they 
take pen in hand. What is one to make of 
a field commander who tells his superior. 
General Eisenhower, that if Montgomery 
is to hold command over him he. Bradley, 
wants to be sent home? One wonders what 
Bradley himself would have said if one of 
his eorjx>rals had t ome to him and asked to 
be sent home because hr did not like the 
lieutenant under whom he served. 

Incidentally, it is on record elsewhere 
that Montgomery offered to serve under 
Bradley if need be, so that a .single ground 
commander could finish the European cam- 
paign. It is also a matter of record that in 
Montgomery's book on the same war he 
devoted himself to the plans of action ami 
left personalities out of his story. 


Letters and Excerpts 

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THK Gl.Ot TESTERS 

Sir. A.\ a native of Gloucestershire and a char- 
tered Frmnnn of the City of Gloucester, I read 
with pride in The Dally Colonist your article. 
“Gloucester* In Heroic Action Many Britons Die 
Without Giving Inch ’ (South Korea, April 26 > 
*here ••Heroically they fought Chinese for 80 
hours, cut off and surrounded and without even 
food and water." etc. 

The men of Gloucester and Shire have always 
played their part on the field of battle, on the 
high seas and in the two grea: wars in the air. 

The large cast window In Gloucester Cathedral 
was erected to the men of Gloucestershire who 
frii at the Battle of Crecy. where Edward HI 
b<-at the French in 1346. 

On March 21, JB01, at Alexandria, the 28ih 
.Gloucester* gained further laurels. They were 
heavily engagrd on their Tront when the French 
cavalry came suddenly at Uieir rear, expecting U> 
meet a handful of feeble and disheartened men. 
There was no tun* to foYm a square, so their 
commanding officer. Colonel Paget, gave the 
command: -Rear rank, right-about face!" which 
they obeyed with that calmness and steadiness 
characteristic of the British soldier In extreme 
peril. They fought the enemy back to, back and 
beat him off. For this the 28th Gloucestrrs were 
granted the singular distinction of wearing their 
regimental badgfton the back of Uiilr head-dress 
as well as on the plate in front. No such honor 
has ever been conferred on any other British 
regiment. . 

H. H. CULLIS. 

2651 Currie Road. Victoria, B C. 

regelating traffic 

Str.-^There was merit tn the recent suggestion 
made by Mayor Percy Oeorge that the traffic 
policemen be relieved of the duty of issuing tick- 
ets for parking meter violations, and this task 
be handled by the Corps of Commissionaire*. 

It la surprising that this Idea was not adopted 
when the Chief of Police requested the council 
to sanction five additional constables for hi* force 
at a moating on Thursday last. 

The city could be saved the unnecessary c*- 
pensc of having trained men execute such menial 
duties, when pensioners, with little or no police 
training could do the Job equally a* well, and at 
lower salaries. 

The officer* tn question could be employed on 
traffic duties more beneficial to the community 
» . a whole. Dally, drivers commit offences on the 
e:ij street*, and go unnoticed by officers placing 

■ tickets on parking violator*. 

Our city street* would be safer lor pedestrian* 



4> I bet she don’t put me petition up.' 


Thinking Aloud Jottings From Britain 


and driver* alike if the traffic division was al- 
lowed to devote It* efforts solely to keeping order 
amongst, and to educating, drivers and Jay- 
walkers. 

RONALD B WORLEY. 

8j1 Fort Street. Victoria. BC. 

PR VISES COALITION 

Sir. With reference to the factions who would 
use the present state of the British Columbia 
hospital insurance scheme as a means of break- 
ing the present Coalition. 

I. for one. voted for Coalition because I thought 
It had done a good Job. And I still think It ha* 
done a g«>od Job. It would appear from letters 
to the press and Hie talk on the street that it 
has about run Its course. However. I think it Is 
?o the credit of Mr Anrromb and Boss Johnson 
that they are trying to keep the coalition intact 
for the full life of this Government. 

As for direct at tacks on Mr. Anscomb for any- 
thing to do with the hospital Insurance. I think 
that this is ridiculous. In the flr*t place, he is 
not the Minister or Health. He is the Minister 
of Finance, and but one member of the Cabinet. 
His Is the tough Job of controlling the purse 
it rings, and I think he is doing a marvelous Job 
of It. 

J. KITCHEN 

Box 236, Courtenay, B C. 


The Lord's Prayer 

Our Father which art in heaven. 

Hallowed he thy name. 

Thy kingdom come. Thy will be done 
In earth, as it is in heaven. 

Give us this day our daily bread 
And forgive us our debts, as at 
Forgive our debtors .. 

And lead us not into femprofion. 

But deliver us from evil: 

For thine is the kingdom, and the power. 
And the aloru. for iver. 

—Matt. 6:*. . 

The practice of politic* in the East ml$ be de- 
fined by one word -dissimulation 

- BENJAMIN DISRAELI 

Th* blast that blows loudest Is soon overblown, 
—TOBIAS SMOLLETT. 

Its dogged a* does it. It ain't thinking about 
it - ANTHONY TROLLOPE 

Heaven * gate 1* shut to him who ’'co mes alo nt. 
—JOHN GREEN LEAF WHITTIER. 


", . . of aliors — and ship* — and teaUng 
wax — of cabbages and kings" 

Hr TOM TAYLOR 

rr-*OMt»RROW night, they Ufll Me, 

1 the "Play ball'* signal will blanket 
the dUi-ly diamond that’s cut Into the 
r r c p n turf at 
_ ^ Royal A hit ilc 

, . To be. precise. 

. - stern l<x>k In his 

. 1 

an 

command, lie has long made It plain 
that my sports education has been 
sadly neglected. I should go out of 
an evening all through Summer, sit 
without a cushion on a hard bleacher 
seat If ncrtl be Just so I'll know what 
"Play ball" really means. 

So when he wagged a menacing 
forefinger at dire rbk to my eyes I 
meekly bowed my head. 

He is so right. 

« * * * 

The last time I saw a baseball game, 
you scr. I almost fell asleep. Only 
that mysterious Jack-ln-the-bux busi- 
ness or the seventh inning saved me 
from railing off my seat, snoring. And, 

I fully agree, amnesia Is no kind of 
compliment to the Athletics, even II on 
that particular evening their inertia 
was catching. t 
l suspect, too, that Mr. Tang spotted 
my peccadillo from Ills reserved srat 
among the pundit*. 

Me. I'm no pundit. I’m no arlth- 
mKlomn either, and I pet completely 
fogged trying to compute sLrlkcs and 
balls, and percentages and bases, and 
errors and two-baggers, and heaven 
knows what else. I'm so simple sta- 
tistics for me belong in the classroom. 

Why, they tell me the expert* can 
take one glimpse at a box-score and 
tell you the whole story - without ever 
seeing a single player swing a bat! 

I was brought up in the WTong 
country 

It's true, of course, that when I was 
a small boy I used to play rounders, 
and cricket. These arc fighting words 
to a real he-man baseball fan, and 
I’m running a big risk putting them 
tn print. 

But hold your horses 
Before I sat down to meander as 
I'm doing I sneaked into Mr. Tangs 
sports emporium when he wasn't look- 
ing. I had been seriously moved by 
hi* injunction. I meant to stew up on 
baseball history so that next lime I 
wouldn't fall asleep but would sit up- 
right ready to shout to that funereal 
bloke who hides his face In a mask: 
"Oo home, you bum!" 

* e * % 

Well. I knew that Mr Tang had a 
choice library hidden in a drawer so I 
made bold to purloin a prize volume, 
to wit, Frank O. Menkes "New En- 
cyclopedia of Sports"- personally in- 
scribed, Incidentally, to our sport* 
editor. 

And what did I find’’ 

That no one knows exactly how 
baseball originated, but — and It's a big 
but— It seems apparent that the game 
Is a combination of rounders and 
crleket. 

Shades of hopscotch and Babe 
Ruth! 

Now, however. I’m happy. No longer 
need I slink Into Royal Athletic Park 
like an alien. No longer need I sit in 
a trance, bewildered by the antics of 
men who throw their bat* away and 

then run like h er— heroes. 

It s a game after all, not a cros-sw'ord 
puzzle. • 

And. who knows, maybe the Ath- 
letic* won t be lethargic thi* year and 
I wfcn’L have amnesia 
"Play ball!" 

A good signal to ring out over the 
diamond that * cut Into green turf, I 
really do believe And If I obey Mr. 
Tang’s command, and I've a notion 
I d better. I'll soon know what Lhe 
deuce It really mean*. 

Hip. hip! 


By II J. J. SARI. I NT 

North American Newspaper Alliance 

| ON DON -The Ire&h-mrat shortage 
JL here has been so great lately that 
people have Just given up talking 
about It. All sorts of off-ratlon sub- 
stitutes have been bought up by all 
clar a* of the communtty. 

Borne have been eating Zebu. Hie 
familiar humix'd ox of the rut. which 
has been coming in small quantities 
from India and Australia 
Canada has been sending badger 
meat which sells at about three shill- 
ings a pound. Badger chops taste 
something like tender pork. There 
are not very many badgers in England 
but they are hunted- especially In the 
southern and western counties, like 
Dorset and Somerset. The Ministry of 
Agriculture is discouraging the slaugh- 
ter of local badgers, however, which 
are very useful to the farmers since 
they keep down rats, mice and other 
vermin. Some beaver has also come 
from Canada. Till* dish has been 
tried In the dining-room of the House 
of Commons. Members say beaver 
tastes a little like rabbit. 

British Somaliland ha* been send- 
ing a good many camels, which are 
slaughtered for food and find a ready 
sale. Poultry of all sorts Is. of course, 
in constant demand and in very good 
supply for those who can afford to 
pay the prices. English. Irish and 
Polish turkeys at between five and six 
Shilling* a pound, geese and chickens 
from Poland. France and Ireland at 
about the same price are to be found 
everywhere. But thrsc are uneco- 
nomical foods, of course, and working- 
class families find It difficult to pay 
20 or 25 shillings for a bird, which is 
consumed at one meal. 

A serious experiment ls now being 
attempted with reindeer meat. Al- 
together about $140,000 worlh of this 
meat has been imported from Nor- 
way since Christmas and sells at be- 
tween four and five shillings a pound 
off the ration. This price is not as 
uneconomical as It sounds because 
the meat 1* sold without bone, though 
even so it Is rather expensive for a 
working-class housewife to buy In any 
quantity. 

This correspondent has eaten rein- 


deer meat, both at home and in res- 
taurants. and cannot say that it makes 
a particularly pleasant dish. It is 
dry. though not tough, and doe* not 
have much flavor. In England it is 
either served smothered with onion* 
or with some kind of sweet jelly It is a 
dark meat and. beside* bring served 
cither grilled or roasted, ran b« slewed, 
though in every case some strong 
flavoring must be added to It In order 
to make up for If* relative T iCft Mftqt - 
ness. 

The Government has given permis- 
sion for the importation into Scot- 
land of 25 live reindeer to determine 
whether the breed can be successfully 
reared in the Highlands, and the Gov- 
ernment in Whitehall Ls now discuss- 
ing plans with the Government of 
Canada to turn a large part of the 
Ungava arra between Labrador and 
Hudson Bay Into a big breeding 
ground for reindeer for domestic and 
export purposes. 

It is doubtful that reindeer meat Is 
going to be popular In England. Ex- 
perts in the catering trade think I* Is 
going to go the way of whale meat. 

Two or three years ago a very seri- 
ous attempt was made to persuade 
people In England to eat whale, but 
except In very favorable clrcum- 
stance*, when the meat was from 
young ‘animals and was carefully 
cooked by experts. It had a fishy taste 
Which pul people off. Large quanti- 
ties or whale meat brought from fhe 
Antarctic by the Ministry of Fond re- 
mained unsold and was eventually 
turned Into moat powder, large!/ used 
as a fertilizer. When all Is said and 
done. beef, mutton and pork have sUll 
nothing to fear from competitors tn 
butcher shops, 

* tr W 

Unfortunately the food situation In 
England, apart from the shortages in 
meat. Is deteriorating from the point 
of view of cereals and vegetables, too. 
The worst weather In memory has 
wrecked hope.* of a big home wheat 
crop, with the result that more wiU 
have to be imported 

But wheat prices in America are 
rising because the United Stales Itself 
looks like haring an Indifferent harv- 
est, and Canada, on which Britain 
relies for most of her supply, may not 
be able to export as much wheat as 
Britain might want. 

Bad weather has also Interfered 
with the British potato crop and every 
other kind of vegetable— notably tur- 
nips. beet and carrot*— will be In very 
short supply owing to the continu'd 
and torrential rains. 


m 


J/lcf orisx 

i&carb qnil (Erinolhtr 

__ From Files of l he Dai's British 

Colonist for Xprit, ISM •* 




fly O. F. MORTIMORK 

S EVERAL Japanese diplomats vis- 
ited Europe for th* first time, and 
wrote a book when they went home. 

Translated passages from It reached 
Victoria by a devious way and were 
printed In The Dally British Colonist. 

“The races of the West all closely 
resemble each other. They all clothe 
themselves in the same manner, eat 
with the same ceremonies, etc. They 
differ little In the darkness of their 
complexion and color of their hair . , . 

* "Their sabres are much inferior to 
ours, but they do not seem to attach 
much Importance to them, and pre- 
fer fire arms. We never saw sword 
or spear exercise; to make up for thi* 
they attach a sort of sabre to the end 
of their guns and use It where we use 
the spear. 

•V . . Ceremonies are almost the 
same for persons of rank a* for ordi- 
nary men. They lift their hat and 
make a slight movement of the head. 
Such Is the salutation for everyone. It 
would appear there i* but little respect 
for distinction of clas*. Thus. In our 
audiences with the Emperor of France 
and other sovereign*. Their Majesties 
were not separated from us by any 
veil. 

“. . . The nobles were extremely po- 
lite in France; even tyo much so some- 
times. especially ai dinner, when In 

order to please them. It was necessary 


to eat and drink more than was agree- 
able. 

"Of the women, some are very hand- 
some . . . Their noses are sometimes 
higher than those of the men— they 
wa’k like men. taking long step*; look 
men In the face, and laugh a great 
deal, sometimes very loud. Ia order 
to make themselves look taller they 
make their bonnets stick above their 
heads. 

"Even the modest women dance a 
great deal. They hook on to the arm* 
of the men; and there are days when 
every man ha* a woman hanging on 
to hi* arm Are they their own wive*? 
Wc think so. 

"We will not speak of their costume; 
It U impossible to understand it In 
the evening* it Is not always decent. 

"The men are stiff, and a little 
proud or rough However* the re- 
spectable as well as the lower classes 
carry no arms. A respectable man sel- 
dom carries about him any mark of 
hi* rank. The drew of the men ap- 
pear* . . . ridlculou* or curtailed . . . 

"The shopkeepers are haughty, and 
saluted Ua only In a very middling de- 
gree. They did not like u* to derange 
the articles in their shops much. 

"In Pari*, a* in London, everyone 
walk* very fast, as with u* when there 
is a fire Their houses are so high 
that they must fall on the first earth- 
quake.’ 


-UcSiw D»Uy 


The Packsack 

Of GREGORY CLARK 

I N a busy and fashionable restauranl 
the other noon, a young couple en- 
tered, Hie mother carrying a pretty 
lit Ur girl uf about two years of age, 
all beautifully dressed up In that doll- 
like finery which two-year-olds can 
still wear* 

As they were conducted to their 
table, they passed a group that In- 
cluded an elderly and distinguished- 
l«K»xu«a paraoit who was obviously an 
old friend, for he leaped up and shook 
bands heartily with the young couple, 
and nude a great fuss over the pretty 
babv. Introductions were affected all 
around the table. What a frlrndiy, 
amiable scene. 

The parson, one of those rugged- 
headed, energetic gentlemen of the 
Cloth, reached down to the sugar bowl 
and handed the little darling a cub® 
of sugar. Tlie little darling seized It 
promptly and stuck it in her mouth. 

Parsons apparently do not know 
that a square of sugar Ls one of the 
unhandiest of things to pul in your 
mouth, even if you arc: an adult. It 
ls hard. It won t ftt any particular 
nook or cranny of the mouth. Its 
shape incline* It to wobble and pop 
around Inside. 

By the time the meeting broke up 
and the young rouple proceeded to 
their table, lhe little girl was already 
dribbling profusely. Her mother hur- 
ried to the table, sat the baby down 
and tried to stem the flow with her 
hanky. A wise and motherly waitress 
hastened up with a table napkin. But 
the bow of ribbon for the pretty little 
hat wa.s sodden under the baby’s chin. 
Wet sugar was smeared on the front 
of the dainty little coat. They fried 
to get the buby to surrender the sugar; 
but she Just screamed. Her hand* 
were sMcky. She clutched them Into 
her frilly drrsa, while her mother 
frantically attempted to plug the leak. 

And there, with his back to them a 
few tables off. sat the Jovial parson, 
comfortable In having done his good 
deed for the dny. 

Wirt* »«<>.'• Mr»1r* L«< » 

jTuit tt+u£ 

A statist leal bureaus table of "Food 
and Non-Fuod Costs," Just printed, 
piques the Imagination, as naturally 
one has to stop to see how the 35c 
club breakfast is classified 
* * ♦ 

A former staff-sergeant want* te 
know If three-atrlpera In the new 
womens army should be referred te 
as distaff-sergeants. 

* * * 

Tne chief constable in a small town 
is also the veterinary surgeon. One 
night the telephone rung and his wlfs 
answered. 

"Is Mr. Thomas there?" asked an 
agitated voice. 

"Do you want my huaband as a vet- 
erinarian or as a constable?" 

• ’ Both," came lhe breathless rrply. 
"We car, t get our bulldog to open hi* 
mouth, and there's a burglar In It!*. 

♦ ♦ * 

It you ttmtfllv j»U0Cre»t the honk ' • fltfltrrt 
may be neo'er rlQht Hum her rfkeqti# 
stubs, a komai i f» one who »ays "You 
hate no eonfldmre In me." 

* * * 

TRAININO 

"Uncle Peter,” declared the mother 
of three children, "if you take the 
twin# along downtown. I'd rather have 
them eat tn a cafeteria than a regular 
restaurant " 

"That will be fine " said her brother. 
"But why?" 

"1 want them to learn." implie d their 
mother, "to make Important o<cWlons * 

* * ♦ 

HANDICAP 

- An athlete who had won many run- 
ning race* was boasting of hi* achieve- 
ment* when a man sitting near Inter- 
rupted him. 

•'I’ll race you." said the stranger, 
"and you'll never pass me If you give 
me a threc-foot start and let me 
chooie the course," 

Tlie athlete looked at hi! challenger, 
a short and rather stout man. and 
laughed "I bet you twenty to one I 
will," he returned "Where’s tha 
\ course?" 

"Up a ladder," answered hi* op- 
ponent 










Satin (Euloniflt 8 C " Sua., April 29, 19SI 


Exhibit "X in Mcdardn 


BUY AT “PRE-BUDGET” PRICES 


Bondiii" for Barristers 


ON ALL INGLIS APPLIANCES 


ABIDJAN. French West Africa, velop Africa's treasurers. West- 
April 29 ^—Russia has turned cm Europe's five colonial powers 
a mensrlnR eye on Africa, store- • this year are pouring into the 
house of uranium and other vital continent an unpre. stented total 
needs of the western world. of some Sl.OOn.OoO.Ooo- half Gov- 
That la the view expressed by cmment and half private invest 
both western diplomatic tepre- merits. 

•entattves on the spot in Africa) The Government investments 
and private sources familiar with are pan of a S3.!W.flOO.OnO ten- 

year African development pro- 


30 year*, without withdrawals, 
for the fund to reach the $100,- 
000 limit set by the amendment, 
according to Mr. Scott. 

i His rough calculation does not 
take Into account investments 
that may be made of Fund money 
by the Benchers or the initial 
$10,000 transferred to the Fund 
at its inception from the general 


By K W. IUM.AI I. 

How responsible should -or 
can— the legal profession be held 
for the misdeeds of s few ot it* 
members? 

The perennial question was 
dramatically brought to the fore 
again recently by the Walls- 
Gillie* fraud trial!, highlighted 
by Gillies' admission that his 


LOWER PRICED 


the great dark continent. 


gram begun In 1916 by Britain, 


mm 


Mr. Scott's cortention U that 


lands and Portugal for their 
colonies south of the Sahara. 

Most observers agree this out- 
pouring of money must continue 


to $125,000. 

On* Victoria man who has 
been giving a very positive 
answer to it for some ttme ever 
since he lost the bulk of his p‘Q- 
lion to tho pair tt ago I 

— is William A. Scott, retired 
lighthouse engineer for the ( 
Chinese Government. 

VIGOROUS CAMPAIGN 

After that, he initiated a vig- 
orous and. occasionally, seem- 
ingly one man campaign to bring 1 
Walla and Gillies to trial, help 1 
uncover other swindle* In which I 
they were Involved and see whet » 
•ould he done lor the victims. 

At the same time, the lean, 
•anecarrylng Londoner became 
a persistent and colorful agitator 
for legislation compelling the , 
B.C. legal profession to acc**pt, 
mainly through the bonding of ; 
lawyers, a much greater share of i 
financial responsibility for the 
actions of Its memliers tlian it ■ 
does at present. 

He haa called on Cabinet 
ministers, canvassed political | 
% roup* and spokesmen of every 
hue, business organizations, tra«le i 
unions, newspnfiers. clubs and j 
private Individuals and had his 1 
arguments revived with varying ( 
degrees of Interest and sympa 
thy. 

FOUND GUILTY 

Largely as a result of his te«tl 
mony, an Assize Jury found 
Walls, a disbarred former city 
lawyer, guilty of conspiring with 
Gillies to defraud Scott of $9,000. 

Gillies pleaded guilty to de 
fraudinc Scott and also to de 
fraudlng Mrs. Edith Bourne, an 
alderly Victoria widow, of $9,445. 

Wails was sentenced to a 
three-year penitentiary term, 
part of It to run concurrently 
with the three year term he was 
already serving for breach of 
trust Involving the Ufe savings of 
Mrs. Isabella Corbie, another city 
widow. 

loiter. In city police court at 
Vancouver. Gillies pleaded guilty 
to 12 charges of defrauding the 
public there of a tolal of $18 ^ )00. 

three year sen 


victims of fraud at the hands of 
a member of the legal profession, 
proven subsequent to the 1919 
amendment, should be reim- 
bursed In full. 

WO('IJ) BOND LAWYER# 

Only way to accomplish this, 
according to Mr. Scott, Is by 
bonding lawyers “like others 
handling trust monies." 

*'If others can do It. why not 
the Law Society," he asks. “Sure- 
ly the average lawyer Is good for 
a $1,000 bond. 

“At present, each lawyer pays 
S5 yearly. At this rate. It would : 
take 200 years for a fund to 
amount of $1,000,000. 

“Hondlng. either collectively or 
as a group In the cities where 
they operate, at $10 per $1,000, I 
would produce an Immediate fund 
of $1,000,000." 

In view of the amounts tn- 
, volved In the Walls-GlUles ca^es 
alone, Mr. Scott thinks the figure 
Is none too high. 

NEED LAWYERS 
To the comment that, accord- 
ing to the evidence at the trial, 

| it was Gillies, the salesman- , 
promoter, rather than Walls, the 
lawyer, who received most ol the 
moyey. Mr. Scott's reply Is that 
the evidence also showed clearly 
that large-scale confidence men 
cannot opernte without the help 
| of the few disreputable lawyers, 

1 entrusted with clients' funds. 

And. he continues, It may be 
1 yesrs before the client finds out 
that his money Is gone. If. In the 
■ meantime, he continues to re 
eelve regular Interest or divld- 
j ends from alleged Investments 
! handled through his lawyer. 

Mr. Scott maintains also that 
lawyers’ accounts should he sub- 
ject to “the same Inspection and 
examination as those of other 
trustees of public money." 

“If this were ao. the Federal 
Income Tax officers would have 
delected the large sums of money 
which passed from Mr. Walls' 
hands Into tho*e of his con- 
federates and their scheme* 
would have hern caught up with 
long ago." 

REACH LIMIT 

Most lawyers Interviewed on the 
subject seem to feel that both 
individually and professionally 
i they have gone about as far as 
, they can reasonably he expected 
( to go In maintaining their own dis- 
ciplinary machinery and in setting 
up the Special Fund. 

Tbose queried In connection 
with the WallsGIIlies trials said 
; they could not see the fact that 
' compensation for victims was 
ruled out by the dating of the 
amendment as a criticism of the 
provision. 

“That's water under the bridge." 
said one. adding that he thought 
' thai the size of disbursements 
should be Increased as the fund 
got larger. 

Another drew a parallel with 
Insurance, pointing out that. I..1 
[ | most rase*. 

‘ can’t expect compensation for 
1 happening* prior to the dale of 
1 his policy. 

He said he did not feel that 
the Law Society had any moral 
responsibility In the matter. 

DISCIPLINE 

Several arguments were ad- 
vanced against the bonding pro 
posal Moet stressed the discip- 
linary measures exercised by the 
society, especially the threat of 
disbarment In aerlous cases, a* 
one of the public's chief protec 
tions. 

Wide publicity glv*n to fraud 
cases Involving lawyer* tended to 
give the Impression that they 
were quite frequent occurrences. 
Actually, there had been very few 
In British Columhla court history, 
they ssld. 

One senior city barrister said 


for a long time to come if Af- 
rica's 105.000 000 natives are to 
he kept on the side of the free 
world 


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Mrmlwr. of Pro Polrta Branch. 
Canadian Legion. BUL and th* 
Wuntn'i AttSUiarr ara ratiuasied 
ui attend the funara! of our lair 
Comrade William Parfher at MeCal. 
Brntkiert' Plural Ponyra! Chapel or 
MxK'.a) April JO'ti. ISM , at S M 
P IB 

C A OIL L 

Secretary 


-Central Preas Canadian 

Senator Joseph McCarthy la shown with photograph he brought 
to United States Senate floor, which he said shows British Prime 
Minister Clement Attlee giving Communist elenched-ftst salute. 
Earlier McCarthy charged that Attlee helped Secretary of 8tat* 
Acheson get General MacArthur fired. Senator McCarthy 
identified those in photo as, left to right: Attlee a General 
Mlaga and a Mr. Anton, who, according to McCarthy, la head 
of Spanish Communist party. Photo was made in Spain during 
Spanish civil war. 


Reds for stirring bloody riot* 
among natives during the last 
two years. 

British officials In the adjoin- ( 
Inp Gold Coast Colony, where the 
violently Nationalist party swept I 
recent elections, are reported to 
have traced a flow of Communist 
monev to Nationalist leaders. 
Well-Informed British sources 
say the money comes from 
Russia hy way of Northern Nl- 
Igeria. a neighboring British col- 
ony. 

Communist* sparked recent 
riot* tn Accra, the Gold Coast 
capital. Anti-white feeling Is 
strong and the situation Is un- 
easy. 

.Some observers believe the 
greatest threat Is In the Union 
of .South Africa, where the 
present regime ha* Imposed 
strict color and race harriers. 
This L* a rich target for Red 
I pmpa panda. 

“A truly serious outbreak by 
South Africa's blacks could easily 
set the continent ablaze." said 
, one observer. 

* To fight Communism and de- 


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APPONAUG, R I., April 28 «**>. 
- Frank O. Blanchard was sent 
to the drug store one night 43 
years ago to get his sister a can 
of talcum powder. 

Nobody ever heard of him 
again. The family worried a bit. 
but as he was 22 year* old they 
figured he was table to take care 
of himself. 

Today he was hack, bringing 
with him not only the talcum 
powder hut three cents in change. 

“I've got a wonderful memory," 
he said. 

Now 65. he live* In Wauna. 
Ore. He and his slater. Mrs. 
Eva J. Colwell, are both grand 
parents. 


•t ACRE DOWNSTAIRS SUPERSTORE 


COLONIST WANT ADS 

SMALL Ada — BIG Reoch 


RADAR PORT 

The Port of Douglas on the 
We of Man was the first In the 
world to be equipped with raiiar 
control for ships In 1948. 


IT IS WISE TO TAKI CARI OF YOUR IYIS 


that from a dL*cipllnary point of 
view, he couldn't see how the 
hondlng proposal would deter dl* 
honest barristers, adding that he 
thought It might have Just the 
opposite effect. 

“If a lawyer's crooked. he might 
Just a* well feel that he's cov- 
ered hy bonding and accordingly, 
consider himself even less re 
sponsible than he doe* at pres- 
ent." 

UkWYERS LIABLE 
The same lawyer pointed out 
that lawyer* are liable to prose- 
cution In such case* In the same 
way as their lay counterparts. 

A younger barrister argued 
that the posting of a $1,000 bond, 
as well as working a hardship on 
young men entering the profe*- 
alon, would probably he detri- 
mental to the public Interest also, 
In the long run. 

Legal training was already ex- 
pensive and prolonged, especially 
In view of the present trend to- 
wards university trained lawyers, 
and the added burden of bonding 
would have an unhealthy ten 
In dency to make law a vucBihHI for 
the policy holder “rich men'* son*." he thought. 

AFTER “FAST Bl < h ' 


A TY Tit M 
-FOOSDAY' 
BHOPPER 


and received a 
fence in addition to the seven 
and five-year term* imposed 
upon him here. 

STILL WORRIED 
With the trials over. Mr. Scott 
I* still concerned with the ques- ] 

♦ ion of how much closer, if any. 
the victims are to getting their 
money hack. 

Hardly comforting or amusing 
to a number of persona was 
Wall** answer In court when 
asked what had happened to an 
estimated $75,000 In tru*l money 
which he admitted passing on to 
Gillie*. 

The aging, delicately-spoken 
lawyer hesitated, then replied 
with apparent sincerity that he 
could only think “It must have 
got Into the hands of sharpers " 
Gillies' answer to a similar ques- 
tion was that a “large propor- 
tion" had gone In bonuses for 
other “loans" and in payments 
to lawyer* to, as he put It, "hold 
off suits “ 

Whatever has happened to 
♦he money, as Mr. Scott haa been 
pointing out. for some time, most 
of the victims, Including hlrn- 
*e|f. are nol tn a position to claim 
compensation through the Bp e- I 
ala I Fund administered by i 
benchers of the British Colum- j 
bta Law Society. 

TO REPLACE LOSSES 
Purpose of the fund, a* de- 
ar r I bed In the 1MB amendment 
to the British Columbia Legal 
Professions Act under which It | 
was set up. Is to reimburse “In 
such case* and to such extent 
In each raae. as they (the bench- 
ers) think advisable . . . pecunl- 
ary»lo.*se* sustained bv any per- 
son by reason of misappropria- 
tion or wrongful conversion by 
a member of the society of 
money or other property en- 
trusted to or received by him. . . 

The section provides, however, 
that no reimbursement will be 
made In the ease of offences 
committed prior to enactment 
of the amendment. It thus rules 
out the possibility of compensa- 
tion In most of the cases In 
which Walls and Gillies have 
been convicted to date. 

The section also states that 
no more than $5,000 will be paid 
ont “In respect of the subject 
matter of any one complaint." 

In each of the three Victoria 
cases brought to court, the 
amounts Involved exceeded the 
$5,000 limit, and. In two of them, 
were nearly double the figure. 

NO CLAIMS YET 
By way of further Illustration 
of what he terms “the appalling 
inadequacy" of present provi- 
sions. Mr. Scott hold* up the 
$125,000 figure mentioned by 
Otllies for comparison with the 
iakU of the Special Tund. cur- 
rently reported at $15,000 by Law 
Society Treasurer R H. Tupper. 


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by inexperienced part-time help, and end up 
with an article the wrong size al. perhaps, a 
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aonsiitent policy ©f mere handling lets «* 
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mostly under th'»*e on "FOOSDA Y." If a 
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So far. no clg Im* have been made 
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Defeat Ifoys Newton 

At Volleyball Praised foi 


Victoria. B.C., Sub.. April Z9. 1951 


6 flailii Colmtifit 


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DEE LAV OIK 
Victoria High School 

pretty M dres*-up'' cottons for 
your Summertime partying have 
all the chic of velvet and taf Before a large c 
feta Winter festive fashions, and cheering student* last 
are styled to provide the cool afternoon, the men on 
romfort so right fur *unny season were able to call on 
doing*. . reserves of energy 


made up at the children's ward 
at tho Jubilee Hospital They 
will be delivered on May 16 Stan 
Hatton, VIII D, and Stuart Mc- 
Gowan. VIII B. are lit charge of 
the scrapbooks. During the past 
two weeks we have been holding 


By HELEN KKRMODE 
%. J. Willis Junior High School 

Main attraction this week was 
he opening of the softball 
euaon Three boy*' Inter house 
antes have already been played. 


COMES TO CANADA 


Now, for ihr hrvt ttme. you cart 


rctulu of che eulmiir tuy 


Mt. Newton has retail 


hlch netted about $16 -2. The 
..toney will be used for our mem- 
bership for the Junior Red Crow 
Service Fund, and for the 
Crippled Children'* Fund. 

VOLLEY BALI. PLAYED 


rite girl* held » meeting on w 
Thursday to line up their team*. 

Tuesday morning our school 
pin* arrived, and all week there 
were lines of students walling at 
the of flee to purchase them. 

The 'Pocket book lor Korea' 
drive which VIII B is holding was 
continued through the week, were 
They have over 300 books, but ne^day 
hoped to have more. They have j week 
al^o ask'-d to have playing cards led w- 


our play •'Goodnight Caroline.’' 
brought down the house He is 
listed with two others for the 
drama scholarship, which is to 
be given to the top actor of the 
festival. 

On Thursday all house* met 
and elected their captains, "ho 
will be responsible for the entries 
1 of all house members. House 1 
captains 


public speaking honor*. This . 
year. Grace Chew, a Grade IN 
student, won first prize for 
Saanich in the Knight* of 
Pythias contest. The subject. 
‘Turning Point* in History." 
was a hard one to speak "tv 
Grace will speak again in Vic* 
loria this Saturday. This will be 
for the provincial honor*. 

Last Friday Mt. Newton Inter- 
mediate hoys' team played North 
Saanich In a softball game. The 
'sere was 2112 f«»r the Mount 

Don 


"Spir -taior." Three-may wish- L 'K 
Id| Ktio* clnni rrrrt irndt in / \ J 

the mb e»#nly and thoroughly / \ J 

wa»hc« more clothes in lev* / / v 
time . . . end cannot damage f l 
dcluaie fabric*. Beiautc it'» 
more efficient. Fa "Spiral*. 

tor" u«e* le*v current and ha» let* a ear on moving 
part* . . . lam longer and *a»e* you money. Only Lacy 
has the "Spiralator." Come in and ere ir lor yourself. 


Model* 
I rom 


lientely flower - sprigged organ* ran out on 
die* in pale frult-bloasom color*. caps, really 
Inter -school volley ball games The softer, more drapeahle and perhaf 
played on Tue*duy. Wed sheer*, nylon i* one, are among errd. berau 
and Thursday of this the latest, too. 1,10 fcCO J‘ e w 

At press time, House I Dresses In these Summery were first 
|i h six points. House II fabric* usually feature a full, 
and III were tied with three gathered skirt and the Mew hare 
points each. ( 1 -JliSpSiS^^D 

The girls' basketball finals »re bypassing sleeve* 
all played 
more winn 
To win tl 


short lime later 
9 and the stall 
lets of a new 
tual challenge trophy. 

In the Inter division volley bail 

armed look, which Is carried on! play-offs. Bill Abbott's Diyislnrt If 
altogether or team defeated Doug Mills Div.* i 
bit of cap or *ton 7 team In the third and final 
klmona slryve. Tucking is a new- game. 

trimming n-ite on the bodice and WINS TYPING AWARD 
takes away from that too. too ^ lls mont |, Barbara Bousfleld. 
sheer look. Grade IX student of Division 6 

TOL< II OP VELVET vvas awanled a typewriting 

Sparkling rhinestone or mel* | certificate for typing at 51 word* 
low pearl Huttons are interest a minute lor 10 minutes, rhe 
ing accents and run be matched test was set and marked bv a 
up with a dainty necklace of the typewriter company, with t.ie 

‘ ' certificate signed by Miss Irma 
Wright. Canadian typewriting 
championship holder. This award 
brings credit both to Barbara aul 
the school, as her speed la mn- 

more 


elected for It* senior 
Ron Karadimas and Anne Mil 
ewskl; for Its junior captains It 
chose Brian Poison and Juanre 
Gait. House 1 sponsors are Mr. 
Benell. Mr. Forge and Miss 
Cawley. House colors are red and 
white. 

HOUSE II 

House II captains are: For 

the senior boys. Frank Preston, 
vice-captain Don Tregeart for 
the senior girl*, captain I>ois 
1 Richardson, vice captain Mary 
: Hoyt Junior captain* were; For 
the boys, captain Alex Heihcr 
I ington. vice captain Ron Stnr';: 


742 

FORT 


Newton nine. Pitcher 
Trigear made a shaky start but 
settled down and pitched excel- 
lent hall for the rest of the gam** 
Mt. Newton rallied in the top of 
the second inning and overcame 
n 4-1 lead and kept ahead for 
the rest of the game. 


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velvet on your pastel organdy. 

These two fabrics are perfect con 
trust* for each other. 

Checked gingham sheers arc to xidrrrd good ev 
be seen around arid have an ap advanced students, 
pealing paper-crh-p look. These 
take a 'lash of white eyelet cm 
broidery or pique 
finishing touch. 

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Now on the fashion-front add 
definitely dance-worthy are the 
metallic and 

Woven in plaid or striped design.*, 
they feature shiny band* of silver 
or gold on a solid-color back- 
ground; the meinl won’t wear off 
| or lose Its lustre in washing 
either. Just ask the pal who owns 
one! . I 

These offer scope for some in- , 
teresting accessorizing. F'rin* 

stance, « gold Ar silver leather 

belt with matching sandals would 

Plans are under wav for the carry out the dress pattern, as 
•Itlsh Columbia high school would glittering Jewelry of the 

ark meet which will h** held same metal*. . 

me I and 2. Original plan* were | Blouses are Just right for a 
have an Island meet, bill Mr. j guml many Summertime occa 
Wallace, in charge of the af- jsjons, and some of the newest ones 
jr. decided a provincial meet are absolute dream*, loicy nylon, 
mild l*e more in keeping with organdy, and rayon creation* are 
te 7.5th anniversary celebrations, favored by fashionable femme* 

Activities have been at a virtual for dress-up wear and the variety 

t andsttll during the past week, 1 1* almost endless. 

Il'iat Buddy Glover who has ap- with the majority of the senior All over embroidery is a feature 
neared several time* at the school classes helng kept busy with ree- of many of the very sheer nylon 
1*77 Club meeting* with Claire ommendatlon exam*. one*, and the little turned down 


Although Marlene Pearce was 
not chosen to be MaV Queen thin 
to add the year, we arc very proud to have 
her represent our school in the 
WEAVES coming celebration*. 

On Wednesday, both hoy* and 
girls were out In force to try to 
weaves get on the various House League 
softball team*. Games will beg\p 
next week 

solid-color hark «» !r , ?. h W”Tnl, g r: 

last week, Central got oir t«> a 

good start by defeating an OaK 
Bay High team. Then, on Thurs- 
day. with a huge supporting 
crowd, the boys found the 
opposition a little -differ and. 
Bttcr building up a 10-3 lea-1 


Tfcr Summer -fwtuM 
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Opening May 19th 


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i s Festival Honors 


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YOUNG AT 7.5 
TAMPERE. Finland 'Cri. _ 
Friends rushed to her aid when 
Miss Erika Vlrtanan fell from her 
toboggan when celehrnting her 
birthday, but doctor* said she Buf- 
fered onlv slight Injury. She Is 


By KITT5 DIXON fellow student* are hoping that. 

Ksqiilnialt iikli School when Ihl* year’s final choice I* 
r. II. S. I,« s *,nf ll.K«in- One mn.le. he will do equally M well, 
nf t.» drama club, play, a t .„n Tim other J™ "i? 
made .he honor performan.-e of P ayed hy Merle Dean. a. Nalalia 
the G rosier Victoria Schools' Stepanovna, and Henry F7-yP*. 
Dntma Festival ,« Stepan SI, epannyltch Both did 

The play. "The Marriage Pro- 11 r,n<> J ob 
potal," was under the dire,-tlnn or l*H NIC I dl NK « 

Mis* G. M. Mewling*, who 1* The annual school panic is 
pleased that her group ha*, for lu-ltctiuled f--r the afternoon nf 
the second consecutive year, won .|„ n «. 6. Two bu*ea will arrKe 
such an honor. after school to take the students 

To top it off. Gerald Guest, who lo Beaver Lake, where swimming, 
plavn.l the rote ..f ’ U.m Vlttllll 
vRch latmov," was srlectrsl .is ..up 
of the Hirer top male aiiop. in 
the drama festival- Last jear. 

Gerald won the lop award, with 
a scholarxhip lo Banff, and hi* 


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The deadline* are closing In on | 
the editor* of The Esquthian. ■ 
Shirley Nutter, editor of the an 
nual, iia* set May 1 ** the date 
for all ropy to be handed in. 

In a junior inter high softball 
game, Esquimau got off to a good 
start by swamping Vic Black*. 
184. Marky Cunningham was 
the winning pitcher, striking out 
eight baiter* over the five Inning 
! stint. 

George Wright and Jerry Har- 
ris led the team at bat. 

Shirley Hallmark. Esquimau 
entry In the May Queen enntrst, 
| wax selected as second princess. 
Congratulation*. Shirley! 


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caie, or hi* mother was afraid 
he'd get hurt. A baby's chest is 
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Infancy passes and the child be- 
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width of his chest Increases more 
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Mo unt Dou g las Pl ans 
Contest for Speakers 


General \ iews 
Loyalty March 


the dUrusxion wai a short cere- IM- l 
monlsl under the supervision ofj 
the rlub sponsor Miss E. Me- H 

Queen. The meeting concluded ^ 

with the serving of refreshments. 

A senior house meeting Is planned ! 
for Monday evening. Just 

The remaining games In the oursel’ 

tennis tournament have been post - 1 ladles- 
poned while the net is repaired. n| * n 1 
Because of this delay it Is ex- servltt 
pet ted that the tournament will Queen. 


By JOYCE JOHNSON 

Mount Douglas High School 

Our congratulations to Shirley 
Rovan, Mount Douglas' candidate 
/or May Queen, who was elected 
to Is? a princes* for the May 24 
celebrations. She Joins with the 
school In congratulating Betty 
Dole man from Mount View, who 
Was chosen to reign over the holi- 
day festivities. 


NEW YORK. April 28 — 

General Douglas * MacArthur, 
flanked by leaders of the Roman 
Catholic. Jewish and Protest-ant 
Churches, stood In a Fifth Ava- 
nue reviewing stand today salut- 
ing some 150,000 loyalty march- 


The parade, an annual affair 
since 1948. was Ihe answer of the 
Veterans of Foreign Wars to lm- 
per ding Communist May Day 
celebrations. 

The spotlight, however, stayed 
firmly on MacArthur, the man 
whose dismissal by President 
Truman over Far Eastern poli- 
cies touched off one of the most 
violent debates in the history of 
the nation. 


Jean Kanthorpe, Lorraine Baird, 


scheduled Inr ihe afternoon of Mount Doug's Junior boys* 

May 14. Those students contesting softball team has been undefeated Barbara Whlteley and Mildred 
/or the Marlin W. Dawson Shield go far this .season. Tuesday after- La»K**- 

will deliver five-minute talks on noon with Ihe pitching of Don Supporters traveling with both 
K ‘SI ’ ter'"" "* ' * - - senior basketball teams to John 

Shaw High School witnessed two 
exciting games, cheering our 
girls on to a .T7 — 18 victory and 
moaning as the boys lost by a 
12 —35 score. 

Inter High Junior Boys’ Soft- 
ball opened on a promising note, 
with a 19—11 defeat over Oak 
Bay. Norm Russell is captain of 
the team. 

petition. This Is the first setback Captain Jim Perrin and 
the Utter has suffered this year roaches Mr. Gilbert and Mr. 
hut gives Mount Doug two vie- Brown are busy whipping a 
torles and no losses. In the Junior representative ba.sehall team into 
game Mount View defeated our shape. 

team 36-20. | The Glee Club, fast gaining 

In the lnter-hou.se volleyball, recognition, made an appearance 
Wednesday evening the Junior Skeena downed Fraser 20 to top during intermission of the Honor 
Girls’ Hi-Y held a house meeting the Inter house competition. Performance. singing among 

■t the home of Margaret Steven- 1 Skeena remains on top of the others, their two festival pieces, 
•on. Mrs. McDonald was the guest house competition with 169 'To Music" and 'Trade Winds," 
speaker and discussed problems points; Douglas is second withj Another Mount View entry In 
of high school students. Following 160 . and Fraser third with 14 L the Music Festival is a la-voice, 


any subject LmI year Skeena Easton they edged Vic High 6.x 
House’s Klalnts Moore, a graduate. They lied Mount View 10-10 In a 
won the shield. Following the con- game Thursday afternoon with 
test will be the election speeches the combined hurling of D. EaMon 
for next year s president. So far and S Stout, 
there has been only one nomina- 
tion for this office- Eva Webb — 
hot it Is hoped that there will be 
non* before the .speeches 

Deadline for entries in the an- 
nual short story and poetry con- 
tests Is May 4. The subject for 
these contests Is not specified. 

Any students taking part In the 
above contests are awarded a 
block point. 

UIBIJI MEET 


When 150 members of Parliament— nearly half the total members— paid a visit to Toronto. 115 took along their wives 
spent a day touring the Art Oallery and Hospital for Sick Children Shown here are, from left, Mrs. John L. Mac 
Vancouver; Mrs Frank S. Follwell, Belleville; Mrs. G. Roy McWUllam. Newcastle. N.B.; Mrs. John R Garland. North B 

Mrs. Daniel A. Riley, Saint John. N B. 


meeting of the Oak Bay play- 
ground committee that WHlowa, 
Windsor and Lafayette parks will 
operate thft year for four weeks 
in July. 

The assistance of parents at 
the playgrounds has been r* 
quested by the committee. 

Reelected were Eric Grenville 
Jones, chairman; D. W. Simmons, 
treasurer, and Mrs. Margaret 
Grant, secretary. 


TURN 
YOUR 
OLD GOLD 
INTO CASH 


May Curtail Projects 


School Board to Disci 
Slosh in Contribution 


Oak Bay council hat granted 
$S<iO for u*-e In operating the 
three Summer playgrounds there 
this year. 

It was announced at the annual 


Effect on the Greater Victoria 
School Hoard's building program 
of last week's announcement by 
Education Minister W. T. Siraith 
halving Provincial Government 
contributions to school building 
projects will he discussed at a 
special school board meeting at 
8 pm. Wednesday. Major R. H. 
Green, chairman, said last night. 

Mr. Stralth aaid that in order 
to conserve essential materials 
for national defence, the Govern- 
ment Intenda to provide only 
85.000.000 this year, as compared 
with SlO.OOn.nno during 1950. 

Major Green said last night 
that the new Oak Bay Junior 
High School was the only new 
project still due to be started this 
year. 

Tenders have 
called, he added. 

Other projects 


he curtailed In the future are the 
Lansdowne and Central 
High Schools, a new 


new 
Junior 

Macdonald Park Primary School 
and alterations to Mount View, 
Victoria High and Mount Doug- 
las High Schools. 

Now under construction and not 
affected are Cadboro Bay Ele 
mentary. Strawberry Vale Ele 
mentary and addition* to E* 
qulmalt High School. 


Sports Bring Busy Wee 
For Pupils at Belmont 


lnforced by student teachers, the Olympics P. Walker. A. Snow 
stair put up an amusing If not sell. A. Chestnut. W. Halstrom. 
entirely substantial fight, and i 

gave the seniors i nin ****** bRANTHAM. Suffolk. Englan 
m 0n .y Howrvpr, th. . foVU of M „ Ro , „ hou , hc 

he t.«hor. did not help them rraant ^ the ^ da 

In their 8-2 downfall. I with « double-yolk ««. The ne, 

SOFTBALL day the bird produced three noi 

Friday afternoon, with 11s «■*«* within an hour. The 

smatterings of rain, did not. stop B laid another outsize 
four first-class softball games ■ 

between Belmont and Mllnes’ — — 

Landing High 8ohool Belmont 

senior boys went down before the 

visitors to the tune of 9-0 The 

Mllnes* Landing team appeared 

to have It all over the home 

In the senior girls’ fracas, the \rV 

score Rounded suspiciously like ^ w 

basketball as the Belmont lassies m 

won by a 32-12 tally. % V* * , - g V* 

The Junior boys, playing good % C\\ 

ball, gained an 11-9 win over % v 

Mllnes* Landing, and the Junior % \V.O'J _ 


By BILL PARKER 
Belmont High School 
This week has been a busy one. 
with sports playing a heavy role. 
At the beginning of the week. 
Helmonta Junior softball team 
traveled to town to play against 
Lampson Street School. 

At noon Wednesday, senior 
boys met staff members In a 


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Tiiiliiifi Drive 
al Students 


Guuntrs Coalition would hasr an 
edge of *6 -cats to 55. If they spin 
luotcviuo. the edge would bo tlS 
to 53. In toe )«'t Parliament. the 
coalition Jmd 71 seat* 53 Liberal 
and 21 Country and Labor 
bad IT. 

The Government t- made up by 
the majority controlling tl'p 
House 1 

Mcn/ic- an. I hi* minuter* n >1 
wrrr reelected. »*n wen* tie 


Esquimau’s three oldest armed 
services’ veterans w ill be honored 
at the municipality’* annua. May 
celebration* Friday and Satur 
day. 

Edward Goldsmith. 81. veteran 
of the Canadian Army, S. S. 
Doncaster, 78. veteran of the 


I MILITARY ACTIVITIES 

By TREVOR COLLINS 

About 700 handbills outlining a new recruiting program 
that is planned to Interest high school students in the 
Reserve Armv will be distributed in Greater Victoria high 


Navy, will 1* awarded place* of 
honor in the K*>a parade mark 
Infi the opening of the second day 
of the celebration. 

Other features of the two-day 
affair will be a boxing show 
featuring leading Golden Glove- 
contestants, a baby show and the 
annual army-navy tug-ow3r. 


Officers of No. 8 Anti Aircraft I nuraaay ° 

Operations Room say they have c ‘** s . 

authorization for an "unlimited AIK au - . 

number" of young men to Join Wednesday — 1930 hour*, tar 
the almraft warning unit and at- ade at Macaulay Camp, dress 
tend Summer camp at Calgary, optional. 

The plan will net students be- Friday 191*> hours: Parade at 
tween 17 and 20 years of age headquarter*, dress, a A s. 
about $1VJ In rash and two Saturday 1330 hours Parade 
months’ free room and board, plus for Esquimau Day celebrations, 
a uniform. - . CANADIAN SCOTTISH 

Free transportation will be pro REGIMENT 

vided to and from Calgary. Monday 1510 hours: Parade 

The army feel* that no other ||w BHy StrM>l Armoury, 
employer can offer ti e same ad- lralninR a> per syllabus Orderly 
vantages. officer. Lieut. R. P. Davis; order 

....... -mi vx Ht POUT! D «y sergeant, Sgt. F. C. Smitli. 

lltOGKI-SS REHMtri.il -phur-dav 1910 heurs: Train 

Good progress I* •" |nc as per ayUabua. 

the Telecomm Tioop of the 10th ... * T 

Technical Squadron. Sgt. Harold H M.t >. 5IALAHAT 

t ;e..r R e said yesterday. Monday 2M hours: Training 

Ij.*i week the troop* new parade a»K>ard H.M.C.S. Malahat 
transmitting and receiving *etK T.vril H.A.A. REGIMENT 
were given a trial workout In the Wednesday 1915 hours: In 
-hop. Plans call for an outdoor spo ,. tlon „nd roll call. 1930 hour- 
workout Tuesday. Preparation for annual reremon 

Headquarter* group requires jjj inspection to be held Wednes 
II more men to bring it up to full , 1ay May ]g, \ B nnd attendance 
strength, according to figures re on p ara rt e5 before that date i* 
raved last week. Two vacancies reqllMte d. 

-till exist for clerks and typists, j NQ % AA 0 R . 

Parades to be held this week: I Tuesday 2000 hours: Opera 

loth TEt HNICAL MJt’ADRON lions room detachment training 
•Sunday 0930 hours: Driving Signals troop line training an<! 
i .art ice for personnel preparing officers* conversion course 

W * rnM *° bf,ng Unitor May 21 "parade Gur 
rue-day 1913 hour*: Parade drill tinder Sgt ^Tard t lark* 
i 1 he Bay Street Armoury; Ureas, for Beacon TTTTt ftrln. Ji> 

-,,11 rad order There will be a Women will be mterUewrd a 
i neeting of the mens’ composite Room 218 between 9 am. 
mesa following the parade. 1:30 P m 


FRED GRAVES 

Of Victoria College last night 
placed first In the Vancouver 
Island finals of the Knights of 
Pythias speech contest. Second 
pla-e went to Grace Chew of 
Mount Newton High School 
and third to Jim McMullen of 
Duncan High School. Fred will 
now compete in the British 
Columbia finals at the Club 
Sirocco, May IK. 


trnlril Cr»M C»n*dun. 

GABRIEL GOSALVF.Z 
Candidate for the Presidency 
of Bolivia. Gabriel GoaalveZ is 
nominee of Government Social- 
ist Republican Union Parly. In 
May 6 election, voters will 
choose President. Vice-Presi- 
dent, seven out of 27 senators 
and 52 out of UO represents- 
lives. Gosaivez Is rated a* most 
likely to become President. 


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but olives alone air not enough. Lye tnmlnrl a* •• 
ability tv see well depend upon profr»vonal can 
thorough examination of yout r ' f* and a gicat de.»1 m 
i* included in the Optomcin-t « sender Remember, 
morning is usual!' the >«-• time to have vmir r 
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Balloon Baby 

j 

Recovering 


SEATTLE. April 28 <**) A five Si 
month-old baby who was slowly with 
blow ing himself up like a balloon will 
now is recovering. £roi 

The baby is Donald Hughes, carl 
son of Mr. and Mrs. James R gue 
Hughes. * ,ar 

A defect from birth «n the air **= 
passage leading into the upper , 
left lobe of the left lung per- 1 
milted air to enter the lobe, but 1 
would not let the air be expelled, i 
As the lobe was inflated therr 
was no roo m l«a tlw lower left*— 
lobe and right lung to function. | 

'Hie heart was pushed to the, 
right side. The diaphragm wax 
prosed down and the baby could 
not hold food. 

The infant wa- near death 
when an operation was perform ! 
ed recently to remove two rib*, 
and the upper left lobe of the 
left lung. 

At eight week*, the child had 
been taken to the Children’* | 

| Orthopedic Hospital. It weighed 
| only seven pounds, 12 mimes 
-even ounces more than its birth 
, Victoria bankers seem in agree weight. 

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° V 'Twimty n IlVe • cant pie.es are Washington hospital Is chipper 
preferred by Victorians,’ • sa.done umW ^ ^ J V°b..-b"ll ! 
hank manager. an( | cowboy games despite the 

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This ia the amount of dirty. 
wi>rn and mutilated bills Ottawa 
destroy a during the course of a 
five day week. 

Anybody who thinks he 
wouldn’t ohjert a bit if those 
-worn, mutilated and dirty bills' " 
were thrown his way ran relax. 

Oil aw a does a thorough Job of 
destroying the bills. None get 
hark into circulation. 

LIFE OF BILL SHORT 

Ever slop to think how long 
a bill stands up to the continual 
handling of humans'* Not very 
long. In fact in some rases not 
much longer than some people 
ran hold their money. 

Bankers say the life of the 
average $1 hill Is nine -months. 

A 52 hill may last ten months, a 
Whill the average of a year and ■ 
a 310 hill about 18 months. g 

Victoria bankers are divided on _ 
<l.oir opinions about the popu 
l.irity of certain coins and hills ■ 

A Vancouver report recently g 
...lied British Columbia the land g 
of *2 hills and 50-rent pieces. 


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The entire afternoon will be 
taken up with competition* be 
tween various troops, trams «nd 
patrols of both Cuba and Smuts. 

The evening program w ill tie com 
posed of a 26 scene pageant out 
lining the development of Scout 
ing from cave man days to the 
Scouts of tomorrow . 

Guest of honor at the afternoon 
program will be Lieutenant- 
Governor Clarence Wallace lie 
will review the Cubs and .Scouts 
as thev march onto the field, and 
then receive a "Grand Howl” 
from the assembled Cubs. 

Inter troops competition* which 
take place In the af ternoo n will 
he of such nature ge -message 
relaying, first aid and rescuing 

Stalls will be erected around »« wt »»• 
the park, and hot dogs, home 
rooking and handcraft product* £*>'*'*" 
win be sold by the Scouts and 
Cuba. a 


\rr m ur joint- vtltt -vour musc.es 
*nrr \rc \ou a victim of sharp stab j 
hmg pain or dull wearisome aches? 
If so. > ou can grt the relief you long 
tor with vour ftr*t box of Templeton’s 
T-R-C’s.’ 

Yes, joti can get ta-i. comforting re- 
bel. Ynu can hr free r.t your pain. You 
can sleep reslfully and work in com- 
fort in using T-R-C’s according to 
directions. 

Millions pf T-R-C capsule* are Used 
everv year. Thousands here testified 
to their ia*t action. T R-C’s are Can- 
ada’s largest-selling proprietary medi- 
cine for relieving rlieuniatic pain. 

Why suffer longer? You too. can get 
comforting relief. The proof is in the 
T-R-C capsule. C.et a box today from 
vour druggist. 60c and $1.25. 
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Mr J*k* * Arferrtnaft CMak*rHia •••* . 

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drr the Family Allowance 
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Stolen From Chinese Palaces 


World News Review I >I ailc h u Empress’ Watches in Victoria 

hlliril M. SMITH night that a bank shortage of added that the Government I 


H> FRITH M. SMITH 
4 i»l. dilst Teh graph Mil or 
(From A.T., < .1*., I.NX, Uniterm 
A report lo NEW YORK from 
Tokyo yesterday said that the 
Royal Gloucestershire Regiment 
was almost corn pic lely^viped out 
In Korean fighting during the 
last few days. 

A rei-ent dhpatch in The Col* 
onist told how the "Glourestera" 
fought to the death at odds of at 
leaM Id I against two Chinese 


night that a bank shortage of 
Sl'100.000 had been discovered 
after the recent arrest of two 
bookkeepers. 

• • • 

BROADEN AUTHORITY 

In WASHINGTON, President 
Truman yesterday signed an ex- 
ecutive order broadening the 
authority of the Loyalty Board 
to discharge Government em- 
ployees charged with disloyalty. 


added that the Government 
recognized the need of such s 
line to assure further Alberta oil 
development. 

% m • 

IT. I A TO KL'SwNlA 

The United States. *a\s a 
WASHINGTON dispatch, ha> 
asked Russia to submit its 510.* 
buu.0u0.000 World War lend lease 
account lo a three member arbi- 
tration board for final settlement. 
Negotiations have been dead- 

l/.oL* a/ 1 ciiw'it Tu rmnrv lii 


B> BARNKY MrhlM.M 

A fabulous collection of ornate 
'and jeweled watches, alleged to 
have been looted from ancient 
pala«es of China, came to light 
in Virtoria yesterday. 

The collection was assessed by 
an appraiser here as worth $.50.* 
000 In a collector's market. The 

See Pictures on I’ag** M 


belter— befiire .stating his bum 
ness. ' 

She is said to have kepi a room 
full of timepieces. 

Most interesting item in the 
group brought here was a watch- 
and music box combination which 
»s still running, watch and music, 
just as It did when It titillated 
I he ear of the old empress nearly 
a century ago. 


They were collected in Peiping 
over the last 30 years by a white 
resident In the old Imperial city 
He traced down each one In the 
grey markets of the city. 

By what route they came there 
after passing through the hands 
of men accused of looting the 
palace during the Boxer rebel- 
lion. la a first-class Oriental 
mystery. 


Confined to a hotel and for- 
bidden to walk the streets, he 
had h tough time hanging on \j 
H ie valuables Burled finally in 
the ground at the back of the 
hotel they rested at one lime 
just a few inches from the feci 
of the searching Japs 
HAD MOMENT 

, On thetr way to Canada the 
watches gave the owner, one 


Bail{i dolcntat v •<»♦»*«. • C $ 

Sunday, Apt' I 29, 19>1 


rally, but It was a real count 
Just the same. 

British Columbia 

Canada's Fastest 
Growing Province 

British Columbia, *tgnrou*l» 
young, w uh • Ubuiou* *r«lth of 
Mr nit beauty. o*mrsl resource* 
• mi imWful potential is leatured 
I ‘ m the March ivvU<- »l the l ro»» 
Agency Nr*i. published by tba 
i .... . i .if liuummc i I'nipinf 



A IKa JUG FULL 


Seoul. 

Today, then 1 are only about ion 
known survivors from a total 
force of probably 1,h00 men 


In the collection was one watch n g m e be withheld — was in They weren't found tor 13 days 
as big as a turnip and another shanghai when the Japanese that time 

with a snake and-elpphant design en t«red the city Lasi night the owner was still 

th.it seemed to Indicate it wax a Almost Immediately he started taking no chance* on losing the 
gift from an Indian potentate playing a successful game of valuables 

of the day. hide-and-seek with the Invader He counted the items before 

Most of the watches were made to keep his watches out of their bringing them out to be photo- 

hy well known London and Swiss reach. graphed and counted them again 

watchmakers of the 19th century. c 


owner told a pop-eyed reporter 
a pair of highly embossed *t*d 
pear! -studded timepieces im he 
.rillectluii hatriieen priced ai 
0QO by a broker in the Orion i j 

A hush-hush uir hung "for the 
Inspection and photographing of 
the watches, although |hey ap 
penred to have entered this coun- 
try through regular customs 
channels as collector's Rems. 

Commercial value did not seem 
to be high. 

AMAZING lll> TORY 

Arcordmg to tlip rei-ord the 
. fancy tlmeplc«*c* have had an 
I amazing history. 

The 19 item* are. belie veil to 
have belonged at one time to thr 
, fainoue Empress Dowager of 
v'lilna. T/u H-i. Famous as the 
la.-l strong lone in the Manchu 
* ‘v. T/u I f.si bad a passion 

for wat< lies ami a v isiting am 
Ibassador If he was w ise present 
ed tier with one toe fancier ttie 


of The Chicago Tribune, urges 
that Gen. Douglas MarArlhur tie 
nominated for United States 
President "by acclamation." and 
that Senator Robert Taft ( R . 

Ohio) he named as hi* running 
mate. 

• • • 

United Slates Presidential 
patronage chief Donald Daw- 
son will tell United States 
Senate influence probers in 
WASHING 1 O N. Monday 
whether he will ratify brfore 
them voluntarily, and a strong 
move is developing to sub- 
poena him if he rrfu-e*. Under 
investigation u the recently- 
reorganized Reconstruction Fi- 
nance Corporation. 

Word from NEW YORK says 
that industrial production In the 7> ,IHS,V 
United Stales climbed close to 
record levels In the pa:it week. . 

In the face of new government | 
regulations that were viewed by 
bu.Mnesmen And Industrialists 
with slightly Jaundiced eyes 
« ♦ * 

BID FOR CONVENTIONS 
J A WASHINGTON announce- 
ment says Philadelphia yester- 
day bid $250 000 for each of the 
1952 political conventions. In a 
whirlwind effort, to offset In- 
clinations of Republican and 
Democratic leaders to select Chi* 

I cago. These conventions choose 
presidential candidate**, 

• * • 

The U.S. Congress in " Y^H 
INGTON will l»e a*-ked M'uulay 
1 by President Truman for about 
* V>1 'KMi.ntxi.noo for the millta-y 
a cut of about Sll.'X.K) 'KK1 (KK* in 
1 the amount originally requeued 
J by the armed forces. 

In PITTSBURGH Philip Mur- 
Muaic" liegun ray, (M O. president. Is now it 
id we hope it ported "definitely out of danger 
maintain It* in a hospital where last Sunday 
nut. In fact, lie was described as seriously ‘*1. 


In PHOENIX. An/., yesterday 
L\,S. Vice Pres blent A 1 b e n 
Barkley told an audience that 
“We are in Korea because we be 
lieve in keeping our word with 
other nations of the world which 
Joined the Charter of the United 
Nations." 


At QUESNF.L. B.C., it is in- 
dicated that fivheries interests 
have won thr battle over a 
power dam on the Quesnel 
River. Reports say that the 
B.C. Power Commission has 
abandoned plans to develop a 
big power plant on the river, 
arid will turn, Instead, to the 
filarkwater River. 


Crown Life 


IMIVIANCI COMfAMT 


Perfect tea is so easy 
to make with 


C.B.C. Show Hammers 
Al Musical Prejudice 

THIS WEEK'S RADIO 


For luxury 
for scenery 
for savings 


BREATHE EASY 


Y«s, the Quaker breathe* in pure air and expels 
doesn’t need, (hereby giving perfect combuition. 


PUSAN, Korea. April 2* <4*. 
Bodies of an undetermined nun 
her of priests - bollevd to tv 
Roman Cat Italic — have been 
found in a well in Smith Korea 

The grisly discover* was re 
ported by Gov f-ee Yung Chid 
of Oiungchong Narnbo Province. 
In a touching letter to the Central 
Government in Pusan, he n*-ked 
fur funds to widen the narrow 
well so the bodies roll Id be re- 
moved. 

Huh Cluing. Korean Minister of 
Social Affairs, said the previa 
were victim*, of Communist atro- 
cities Inst year. 


QUAKER 

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range 


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Milwaukee* Rnad’a Olympian 
Hiawatha. No wnmea about 
•tormawept akiee or highwava, 
and you can pick accommoda- 
tion* lo Hint your twite. 


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Seattle to Chicago 
and Eastern Canada 


MANY WORKERS 

m a state in India, has 
nearly Win.nOO Immigrants from 
other parts of India, chiefly 
coolies working on tea rotates. 


Furniture Warrhou** 


Behind the New Post Office 


VANCOUVER. April 28 
Two rifle earning brothers were 
raptured today at a roadblock 
near Cache Creek. B.C.. af'er a 
week - long search for men de- 
scribed by police as ’ dangerous 
American gang-ten ’ 

Tliev surrendered without a 
struggle following a holdup of a 
Williams T-ake auto camp where 
Hamid Hohden. Prince George 
mechanic, wa* found bound and 
g eeged In a cabin. 

Hnhden was rnbhfd of Ms 
wallet containing SI5 and ihe 
men Red In bis truck. 

At Portland Ore. postal In 
Kpectors Identified the men a 
Alvin Da trey Booth. 2^ and 
Ulysses Scott Rootb. .11 of Drag* 
erton Utah. 


"Beds’for any budget 

Take you/ choice of private room, 
a money saving Touralux berth 
or a reclining coach chair. 


as a staff announcer since 1945. 
alter serving four and-one half 
vears in the Canadian Army. He 
says he is a frustrated musician 
who find* spinning record* by 
other* "a happy compromise " 

From what we have heard. Bill 
has a good deni more real feeling 
for, and understanding of music, 
than plenty of people who talk a third brother Kay G Booth 
about "good" music, or "legit- *n was arrested several dav* ngo 
Imate" music or "pure Ja/z when he attempted to enter Can- 
. . . and own a piano to prove *t Blaine. >Va«h. Police mid 
their authority on the subject, hr was travelling In a stolen car 
Approach "A Man and His Alvin and tHysses are wanted 
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and His Music." Bill Bellman, 
whose one-hour recorded show 
over C.B.C. Is Just about the best 
thing we’ve heard In the cause 
agglnst musical prejudice. 

Bill la a modest sort of guy 
who happen* lo like music . . . 
nearly all music. HI* selection Is 
based on quality, not on type. 
IF* fairly obvious that there Is 
aucb a thing as poor, unoriginal, 
or patently commercial music. 
Bill reserve* the right to p*«x 
Judgment on acme of these, but 
a* for kind . . . Chopin and 
Shearing. Debussy and Dizzy, 
they're all there 

And what make* it more won 
d erf ul are the many wise and 
significant comments which Bill 
manages to Inject Into every 
show. 

CONTRASTS 

He gets "a special kick out of 
placing the more extreme con- 
trasts next to each other on the 
air." From the elusive, almost 
ephemeral, lilt of Ravel’* "Intro- 
duction and Allegro" for h*rp. 
a listener I* snapped hack In to 
reality by the exciting power of 
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10 Hat!i| Colonist 


Culbertson on Bridge 


CIVIL DEFEN CE 
for B.C.” 


West's lead. The four was played I 
from the board; East put up the I 
king— and then “huddled.** He I 
concluded that West's opening 1 
might well have been a singleton | 
i with South false-carding the ] 


East was a Utils too “honest" 
in the following hand. 

South, dealer. 

East West vulnerable. 

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WEST EAST 

A 9 3 a 5 

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♦ 32 ♦AKS765 

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SOUTH 


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The bidding: 

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1 * Pass 2 ♦ Pass 

3 a Pass 3 a Pass 

4 * ' Pasa 5 a Pass 

6 a • Pasa Pass Pass 

The three of diamonds was 


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••Deception" l*. Lu*t was 

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higher order! East should have 
capitalized the fortunate fact that 
he had not bid his diamonds and 
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Daily Astrology 

SUNDAY, APRIL 29, 1951 

Today's quotation: “Humility 
is a slate of mind appropriate to 
perception of the truth of things. 
A soul that has not ‘ attained 
humility is not prepared to grasp 
the truth of the world in its ful- 
ne*s.’’ Jakob Klai/kip. 

Sunday for everyone: Give 


ahead. Grasp opportunities to 
gain. Adopt a fresh perspective. 

November 22 to December 21 — 
(Sagittarius! Seek to gain from 
the course of activities without 
direct it Accent (to- 


10:15 - MONDAY, APRIL 30th 


trying to i 
pendahliny. 

December 22 to January 19 
< Capricorn i Contact those who 
stimulate your thinking, aid you 
in reaching conclusions. Meet 
people. 

January 2n to February 18- 
I Aquarius) .Scan financial setups; 
eliminate waste; build Income, 
better the worth of belongings, 
estate holdings. 

February 19 to March 20— 
(Pisces) Be ready to express au- 
thority. If revisions are called 
for. go ahead with them. 

Planning ahead: Good for ao- 
ciabllity. entertaining, etc.: April 
30. May 4. 7. 11. 12. 14. 19. 24. 

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The Case of the Musical Cow 

By KRl.E STANLEY GARDNER 


he had the king. East, however, 
should quickly play low. and 
again South would probably ruff. 
South would rather try for the 
heart finesse to give him a club 
discard, than to play for an ap- 
parently hopeless diamond posi- 
tion. 


CHAPTER XV Continued those two bullets up with the gun y 
"I tell you we have no com- we recovered In the desk at Unda p 
me, it ” the attorney said ' Not Mae Carroll s place. tfs the elec- ig 
ut ihls rims My client Is the me chair for Trenbm. B*." t’oh | 
victim ot a frame up 1 would onel Stepney went on. **! don't like c 
like to point nut to you, how- the way they're jumping at con- t 
ever the utter absurdity of the elusion* over there. I want to > go ^ 
claim that Harvey Richmond about the thing methodically ." | 

rnuld or would have been aboard Captain Harmon pointed up the 
that h'M.vbnat ircc!y and volun- river to where a speed launch was * 
tiitlly and In a podllon to have flipping through the water. "This ‘ 
trl« d to apprehend my client. If looks like Dr. Dixon now." he 1 
Harvey Richmond had been said. . 

aboard that bout he would have Thn ^ veered and slowed 

been a prisoner '* down, then «Tept alongside and ( 1 

‘ The iimiv.k'l' rs werm t aboard i > r Herbert Dixon climbed 
the boat when ,h " Waiting f »>° k aboard. 

pi.ur." Bum Juyin r .said hur- nr Dixon nodded a greeting. 

. , ,. .. said. "We seem to be up against i ! 

You don't know the others a q , )PfIt | nn n f jurisdiction here., 
wereo t aboard What's the answer?" 

Wei) HO. "I cour.ie. 1 dldn t -Wp don’t want to make any 
geiirch the bmt trouble." Colonel Stepney said. 

Thai's nil ' the sheriff inter- h#trp our h „ arK - 

pn <>d "Don t answer any more « " Dr. Dixon said, “it looks 

questions If Trenton l*n l going qj,,, ar1 open-and-shut case. This 
to make a statement we re not m#n Tr entnn certainly fooled me. 
going lo make any more ^ftt-e- hu , ,pey're acting on the assump- 
tnenta. We’ve accused Rob t(on lha , ,j, e y i, now everything 
Trenton of the murder of lfurvpy j 8 , n j*. ), n nwn. The coroner 
Rlrhmond t* satisfied he has the cause of 

The sheriff Jerked a thumb. ( jp at p i and )ie probably does. But 
“Okav.” he said to one of the , wanf M replete necropsy per- 
deputies ‘ Lock him Up We 11 fnrmr d and I either want lo do it 
file murder charges nr j w „ nl | 0 ne there when It’a 

CIIAP1ERXV! ' done ’* 

Colonel Miller C. Stepney of „ Ymf Ary |t - Colonel Stepney 
the Stale l'.di- e surveyed the ^,,1 “That much we' re entitled ' 
charred wreiknge of the fire 

•wept houseb.mt. , "I can tell you one thing." Cap- 

"I don’t give n h.mg where the f ^ Jn jj armon sa jd. “it won't make 
mm tier was committed he said. a bU of difference what you find 
••The hn.it is within our lurisdie. out RO |ng ahead with 

lion The body was within our n murr |p r prosecution against 
jurisdiction We’re going to see w-nta to „ judge and this look* 
th.il Ihe evidence Is preserved. Hohcrf Trenton. The prosecutor 
Then at least we ll know what ]q,e a good stepping stone." 
wo ve found and what we riidn t i .. Jf ,, nihah ly Is." Dr. Dixon aald 
flbd." j , , , it'a too had the fire consumed 

« ‘..plain Sianway Hannon said, i much of the evidence. What 
The coroner wants to get the do ym. make of If" 
body **nt »" ’he relations, lie , Iarmon *aid. “Well, the sltua- 
a»yx there's no use performing n„ n „ a little peculiar. From my 

r.n autopsy nose the X-ray rxnm | naf i„ n 0 f the boat this fire 

Allowed the presence of two hul „ tJ|rlrd up , n , hp bow in w hat evl- 
Ids In ihe hodv. One • •( them , lcm|v w „, a , nrkpr r0 om." 
vent through the lirari and ihe thr b,,*.-- p r ni*»it said, 

o' her was |u*-t above the heart, ng,,, ,|, e engine is In the stem 
They were .12 calibre and they nnf , , h|t RaKO „ n# , ,« n ks are in the 
Were lodged inside the hnrly. #<|>rn y rJ , hp fire at#rtw j , n the 
"Mow’d they happen t.» do such 
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Octiiher 23 to November 21 — 
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November 22 to December 21— j 
(Sagittarius) Contact nearby per- 
sons, kfh, chum*. Hold opinions, 
program open to revision. 

December 22 to January 19— | 
(Capricorn! Find pleasure in the 
company of dear ones or in con* . 
genial pursuits. Try to “fall heir” 

| to some benefit. 

January 20 to February 18— I 
(Aquarius' Re the key figure in I 
your circle; “spark plug" the 
program for fun and recreation. 

February 19 lo March 20 - 
(Pisces) Try to achieve serenity 
and peace nf mind by wholesome 
living and a sensible routine. Find 
privacy. 

Planning ahead Good for so 
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SIDNEY, April 28.— A proposal I New V 
to release former Nail general called on 
Kurt Mever la a betrayal of 1 mand to rt 
Canadian veterans of both World the purchi 
Wars, more than 100 British of tobaccv 
Columbia veterans were told here duced pne 
today. Pro vlnci 

A resolution opposing Meyer 1 * Vancouver 
release was presented to the yttlDAL 
quarterly convention of the Pm- . 

vlnctnl Command of the Army. 


Tickets for 

A Spectacular Musical Event 


OFF THE AIR 

Very sorry to hear that the 


the first president of the Sidney 


f. cnt hamLs will work free that , nd w ,„ <ftd a flw Job wllh 
r";:h» to Hid he Benefit J-Urtd of fheip ^ broadcMU « n( , wU | be 

‘ ‘ American vvelcomed bark on the airways as 

federation of Musicians. | a<>nn a , , bpy ran makp lt . Th( . 

This flafcric event In the local trio whs ably abetted by song- 
popular music tlciri will run for Mtress Mary King on the broad- 
4'i hours in b-.ih the main ball- oasis. The boys are still around 
ro.ini .Hid the Flamingo Room. and will play Jobs through the 

Both old Ume and modern or- Summer until their proposed 
rhnstraa will operate at both ends radio show, for the Autumn 
of i he upper i n ul In half hour comes off. 
alults. • • • 

MAIN BM.I.UOOM I BLUB! 

In the ni.uu buHruom, from 'J We managed to get Into hot 
p.m. to I a. in., will be half- water rather neatly last week by 
hour* of music by the hand* of taking exception to th* musical 
Man Bert ZoUi. The Home* efforis of a local band which 

tow net-.. Charlie Until. law Acre.*, played for the circus here, and 


It *aid pressure was being 
brought to bear on the Canadian 
Government for the release of 
Meyer, “murderer of Canadian 

p.6.w.\s“ 

I'KGK PROTEST 

The resolution called on the 
Federal Government to protest 
strongly to the U.S.A.. and United 
Nations against the release of 
Meyer and other war criminal*. 

Delegates to the convention 
paid homage to their late Do- 
minion director. Brig. -Gen. J. 
Sutherland-Brown. 

Dominion president A. J. 
Wlckens. who flew from Moose 
Jaw. Sask.. spoke at length on 
the loss the organization felt at 
the general's death. Mr. Wlckens 
then presented medals and honors 
to Mrs. Brown. 

Other resolutions passed in- 
eluded ari appeal hy the South 
Vancouver unit that disability 
i pensioners, when called hy a 
medical board, should not be 
prnah/od for time off from their 
work. , 


unit. Clarence S. Goode. Mr. 
Wlckens made the presentation. 
A wallet was presented by John 
Milling. Sidney president. 

A life membership medal wus 
received by Tom Gibbons from 
the Mouse Jaw unit. Mr. Gib- 
bons now living In Victoria. 

A life membership In Provin- 
cial Command was conferred on 
provincial viceji resident T. R. 
Wheadon. Victoria. 


. at fcA 1 ON'S, in tin- 
tor a thrilling music*! 


Buy your tickets tomorrow ! . . 
Music Section, View Street ... I 
experience unrivalled in \ ieforia 


Beethoven’s Masterpiece . . the M -lit ai.MI HUNT, 
presented by the Victoria Symphony Orchestra con- 
ducted by Hans Gruber. 

MENDELSSOHN'S HYMN OF PR USE. pic-epted 
by the Victoria Choral Sonet v. conducted by Graham 
Steed. Soloists 4 ro in Faria, France; Norway; Seattle; 
Toronto. 


-Cotnnut eiio:o hj Jim Ryan 

Information on tomorrow's special symphony concert wav 
freely given yesterday by conductor Hans Gruber as he stood 
In downtown booth and sold tickets to the concert Orchestra, 
chorus of 100 and four guest soloists will present Beethoven's 
Symphony No. 8 In D Minor, a program considered the biggest 
undertaking yet by the Victoria Symphony OVtfhestra. 


MULLION. Cornwall. England 
CF>.- Charles Bray. 37. celebrated 
news that his wife was recovering 
from illness by taking a tew 
drinks. Next day he was found 
dead of alcoholic poisoning. 


Mondoy, April 30th, in th* Victoria Memorial Arena, 
Tickets 2.00, 1.50, 1.00 and Student* 50c 


TORQUAY. Devon, England 
vCP>. — A merchant seaman here 
explained why he ha* three red 
reflector* and horn strapped to 
his suitcase.- ‘There's no excuse 
for any motorist knocking me 

down." 


-'T.EATON.C 


The greatest musical milestone donating their 
In Victoria .Symphony history will 
be reached tomorrow night at the 
Arena when the full orchestra, a 
chorus of 100 and four visiting 
soloists will present Beethoven' 

Symphony No. 9 In D Minor. 


Crowds have t»een so great in 
past year* that table space has 
become as rare as uranium 
reservations are in order this year 
if you want a seat 

In aid of a wormy cause, this 
tnusfeal event -omelbing to see. 
For the musicians themselves, 
if l like taking a busman s holiday 
end enjny^ng every minute of it. 


Kate Increase 


OUR MERCHANTS ARE SUSPICIOUS 

OUR CREDITORS ARE SUSPICIOUS 

OUR BANKERS ARE SUSPICIOUS 
ALL BECAUSE WE’RE SELLING AT 

Less Than Mill Prices! 


This sale is oper 
aled under B.C. 
Govt. Licence 


I because nt the length «f 


Coming here from The United 


the show. However, we main 
tain that the American newsreels 
do cover a wider range of ter 
rttory and ore more timely. 

But we accept with grace the They wi 
■scolding letters received from Mr*. s0 | 0 | H t t 
J. M, Brew in 1235 Sunnyslde chorus 
Avenue, and Mrs. Joan Norman, i ^ < 

1675 Oak Bay Avenue, and the * 
phone call from Alan Pratt, 97 arrf)mm 
Cook Street.^ ^ ^ much r 

NEW ail ensure t 

Jerry I^vlgne. popular local perfect, 
night club operator, tell* us that in thi 
he will he opening up something gram. G 
pretty special In the way or a Mendels 
club soon. No detail* yet hut he Weeks 
save the location will be between into thu 
Yates and View near 'Cook. It Yestei 
sound* pretty good. durtor I 

WFF. < ONTFST 

And, finally, this department is , 
running a small, almost minute, i c 


•mats 


t.KI HI It INVITED 

We hear from Victoria Sym- 
phony Conductor Huns Crutier 
Hint he will go to Vancouver July 
1 > to conduct the Vancouver Sym- 
phony Orchestra in a Summer 
• omt'i t tin that tlate. In addition, 
be was H-ked to conduct the C.B.C 
onliestr* lu that city May Mover 
the air but tin* local offhe of the 
American Federation of Musicians 
there turned thumbs down on his 
appearance. Union ruling, they 
ahv but rather shortsighted 
under the rircumstanre*. 


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MONDAY Gyro Club luncheon, 

Empress Hotel, 12:15 p m. 

TUESDAY Klwani* t’luh lun- 
cheon. Empress Hotel. 12:45 
pm.: Electric Glub luncheon, 

Monterey. 12 03 p.m : WToria 
North Klwani* Club, Monterey. 

6:15 |* m. 

THURSDAY H *t.»rv Club I 
rheon. Empress Hotel. 12:15 
p m.. Optimist chib dinner. Pa 
rifle club. •:») pm,; i 
Klwani* Club dinner, Oak R«y tenced hy United Stales * 
Beach Hotel, Stl# pm . Co* 
mo|K>1itan Club dinner, Sirocco. 

6 30 p.m. 

FRIDAY -Lions Club luncheon, 

Empres* Hotel, 12:13 p.m. 

David Armstrong, manager of 
CKDA, will be main speaker at 
the Gyro Club meeting this week 
Ite will speak on operation* of 
the station. Gordon Bariev wl5 > 
present * rlaaalfleatlon ta’k 
The Klwani* Club will hear 
Ororce E Maxtera. of the Royal 
Jubilee Hospital, who will speak 
on rite administration of that 
Inatilution. 

Lloyd Det wilier, head or the 
British Columbia Hospital In- 
surance Bervlce. will speak to 
the Rotary Club 

At their dinner meeting, 

Opttmlafe Club ♦ members will 
conystete plans- for n district 
convention here Mav 10. 11. 12 
Programs for other service 
eliibs listed above have not been 
announced. 

Alex Baxter. Robert Ferguson 
and Kenneth Brown, all club 
members, will speak at the Oak 
B:tv Klwani* Hub meeting Tb«*v 
will speak on different phase* 
of finance- 


LONG MIRE. Wash April 
tn. A ticklish landing atop 
Mount Rainier hy a carefree air 
force pilot cost him a 9330 fine 
on and a sixtnonlh suspended Jail 
icntfoee yesterday 
l.irut Joltn llodftkin of Mr- 
Oak Hay Chord atr force base was sen- 

Comm is 

rione r Foirl Clifford on charges of 
landing a plane In a national park, 
which Is against the law, 


For farmer* and other 
guys. If you have any Idea 
of value you must know 
they ranunt be made Off 
to sett *1 this price £ si 


Ladies’ Station 
Wagon Coats 


Spring Automobile Show 


TURN OFF THAT RADIO AND READ THIS 


Quilted lining. 
Fur r o 1 1 a r »■ 
Mite* |(. IX, 20. 
Regular l«.»3 . 


DO YOU KNOW THE REGULAR PRICE? 

Nvlon Tooth Brushes. Tale Bouquet. ^ mmg 
Fan de Cologne. I ash mere Bouquet ^ ^ 

Fane Powder. Colgate'* Roralod Baby ■ 

Pow der - ® ^ 

Who *4*ld Price* Were Going I p! 


MAKES VOUR HOME 

vucmj.A 


Well, they were white onoe 
upon a time! Now they are 
•hop ant ted. Thw regular 
price was around AQ C 


Corticaili Tit Pack 


A box containing various 
colors of I ort Inelll, with 
full Instrurttons to knit 
neckties. Going _ _ 

for a fraction of 1 AC 
maintained /I *1 

Price ■ V 


TELL US WHERE YOU CAN BUY FOR LESS 


Slmm'* Shaving Brushes. 
Regular price AQ C 

l.no 


CLOTHES BASKETFUL 

Sunset, Tlniet and Fairy !>>e*_Vou pick 
park, pay, then go home and dye. 


BEGBIE STREET 


Men's Shaving Sett 

Shaving stlik^Towth Pow- 
der and Lotion In attrae 
live gift box. S Q* 1 

All for .. 1 ^ 


Tablecloths or 
Breakfast Cloths 


STANDING ROOM ONLY 


gfHinr Sian* 

W'Gf /7 


at*e MJ s 5f. Rayon finish 
In attractive check cotorn. 
C.olng, 1 A Q 


Men’s Leather 
Gauntlet Gloves 

In speclai quality wear re- 
stating leather. Reinforced 

wrist pads. Pliable 1 AQ 


Look at the brand and look at Ihe | 

price. Various rotors, but no Red. j 

Per quart - . Sri 

PRICK THIS EIJIEVVHF.RK — THKN HI RRV 


Beat*'# Strre* to the Sfaruio- 
c at’O Pit* or*Q. wot nrjme/J lor 
tb* I'Mt Cb.*t Ju*t<ce ot B"t'»b 

Cotumbia 

Matthew 6aill<e Brgbt# »o* a 
hood xo me. t>eor«1ed tt*-loot 
Ijorhelor (r>g|,shmoo. He cam* 
tn i 8S8 O'd ot Fort 
Loegiev 5<r Jomev CNsuO* 1 ** 
«»<y« him in o» Ch>*t Jmtice 
Begnie ihpn lewt in CFiigtov 
av Governor ot mr C'own 
Coliyny ot Brilith Columbia 
C'ouglox end BrflOi* wtgr* gorrl 
% e«ri\ and D*H»Qlax • at# to 
S'* Colonial O’t":* in Londe' 
"Abie enerfletic and highly 
In tinted, Atr Begbi* •* a mewt 
«-.<unhlr public ,e*ront 
k’ ihie trq»elle-t lh* »o-it In 
*>i>r q/ the o«osin e tn gc»M 
*W»H dot . pre*e*»mg lo^ and 
Oide» H# bat gun* down, 
right lv pr Qiarsjlv. *n Ou< hn- 
lory o« "th* banging fudge ' 
and ' th* tyrant iudg* 

H* wat o genii* man ond at 
he gr*w ctd. Knighted by 
Queen Victoria b* lived au**t<y 
O* h|| Victoria home, gav* ten- 
part lev. hunted 'n th* 
marvtiev near Beacon Hill en- 
tertained th* clergy to dinner 
and vong in the choir of St. 
John'* Cburch. 

He n*v*r married, and died in 
1894 at 75 — V . 


Waterproof 
Shopping Bags 

Hl»e 13»IX. Hfrrutg rubbrtf- 
i»r-d fabric In dark « hnrey 
late color, with strong 
terrier OAr 


SPECIAL TABLES FOR PARKING BABIES 


yet lough 


“Look. Follow*!” 

Men * Black Overall Pant*. 
Slxe* 30. S3 O A Q 

and 34 only 


BUILDERS. PLUMBERS AND OTHER BIG 
MONEY-MAKING GUYS! 

Here's son >e stuff we don't knttw ntticb jm 

If* ratted TIT A MINI t M dH 

used -It In Ihe Army or Navy for H ■ ** 
painting metal. It's In gallon cans. B 
If It's any good la you come and get ■**- 
It for. per gallon 


handle* 


Men’s Suit 
Bargains 

Beautiful Grey Han 
net*. I'p-lodalf 
styles, wett tailored th 
a good assortment of 
sixes. Honestly worth 
Forty Bucks, for 


BATH 8KT8 — Dusting 
Powder and Bath Nall* In 
pretty bn*. OCk* 

Reg. price 1.00 . . fcw 


a • •O'. 1 ’ 1 ' I •o-r 1 *--’" -• » r ' < 

kfl . • hot ■mi* < c «* * ,, *®< J r VB 

,• uiocOUMO *»« C#«*w 

,. #ol»*ty,,iri(0««tow.'r -tJ** J 

kv *f«t.i»or» h» #oo»ly ■ 

r*wp«*»ia* 

•t.n toy rtci rovooi y*vr •-« Wr#<« m 
W- #•'«*•*»¥» ■•-»'** A* • i»is >»i**'t**« fl 
m*r* to' k*vsvn* *• w 
rf,«n.o"i h*«ui.»,i«g »K*ia« 1 
MilCOilllO W0» C»t«M 
Sy^CC-li^-3 h*le« •*-*ol • rlooro* 
/ - \ ♦moS'W**. y*l/e»*» I 

i _ lurking i-smf-toxo* • 

Swj'kM r «K--« .«•' hew h**v'-M 
j ,nw, ,l " i"« So' %®H 
L WJ. hi , nwHn 


BOYS' BROADCLOTH 
BHIRTN — Special quality 
and •mart pattern*. Mtae« 

m» ** i io 

A hargaln at .. I 


(OIXKiNF. — Ornamental 
bottle in delightful gift ho*. 
Reg. prite 


24 COLORS 


I.ADIEH' P I. A S T I C 
A PRONN— Assorted rotors 
and fancy AQ* 


HI NDRKDH OF MEN'S 
NETKTIE8 — Ah kind*, 
styles and colors. OCf 

■ g at fcse 


trimmed 


1110 GO\F.RNMF.NT BTRF.FT 
Ko) al Bank Next Door lo tie 
8ii»e« and Wellers >»f Burnt, Bent or Busted M*ck* 


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HCNOELSiOHkS HYMN Of PRAiSt 

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New Nash Rambler on 


Victoria, B.C., Saa., AprU 29. 1951 


12 Dailii (Colonial 


Exchange 


|B a. Hu«kf(. Ltri.l 
DOW JONES 

Thirty induatrlals, W8.0I, up 

. 12 . 

Twenty railroads, 8SJS. off 
.OR. 

Fifteen atllltles, 42.SS. np 

. 10 . 

Slaty-five stork*, 04.27, up 


AUiMl Chrml'ki* 
Atr.rrU'an Can 
American TetonM 
Aenircn 6niiJ««r 
American T*’ * 
Anaron4a Copper 
AMfnren Top**n 
B At O 1U!I»B» 

crn 

c & O ■ Rallaar 

Chry*l*r 
Cm, Billion 
Dunont 

Batman Koriak 
rut H H. 

General Pood* 
General nectria 


Known Bav Mining 
Indian lata 

Inat'lraUon 

Julia*. Qt, •"■**- .. 

Kerr Adritren 

Kirkland Ull 

Latorndi.r - . - 

tin flMtault 

Lai**!)"** 

Ui* *«* 

Lamaque 

UIIMl Gold . — 

l.ll'le ton* la* 
Mantuan l.a*e 
Couvtrourt 
I.rni VellnacnOa 
MeiiM-n BM La»» 

Mari u* 

Malar-.lr Gotdftalda 


An* n.f ana-lien 

Auer. -If. Oil 

C A * 

Cali an - — i 

Xelrra »<1 --- 

OU . . . — . 
Dfeai'a — 

ra- iMc Beta 
KaraiU* 


By The A*MMlated I’reoa 

The New York market really 
got rolling last week and the ad- 
vance carried It within reaching 
distance of the high point of the 
year. 

During the early part of the 
week the market wandered in 


Volume, 7.10.000 shares. 

tj*m*t Rirhardann a aonel 

TORONTO 

Industrial*, 384 JK. up .40. 
Gold*. 79.00. up .20. 

Hast metals. HUB. off .11 


Larder 


General Motor# 


Good rear TV* 

Great Nortnern 


fashion between slight 


Mi- Donald 


Sales. 63.1.000 share*. 


On Thursday il stepped out ' 
boldly without hesitation and con- 
tinued strong through the re- 
mainder of the week. 

The npt result wav a gain of 51 
In The Associated Press average 
of B 0 stocks, which at the week 
end stood at 996. IQ. an easy leap 
from the 1951 high of $96.90 
reached February 10. 

The industrial category of the 
index hit new 1951 high* on three 
1 successive days and wound up at 
5 13 1.30. the best figure since the 
51 16.90 level of 21 >ear* ago. 

STANDSTILL 

On the Toronto stork market 
yesterday, trading was practi- 
cally at a standstill. Gains and 


lOlL Nlr»»1 
Jotma-Manvlll* 
Krnnai"'t Copp*r 
Lnew* Thaat** 

Nr« Turk Out ml 
Norfolk W*»l*rn 
Nurtuan) P*rif*C 
l‘*nn lUilwav 
I'r ^u.r nambip 
Full B'» 

Radio 

RasulillC B5»*l 
BciT*nl*y DutUlm 
Standard. Calif 
Mtandard OU, N J. 

Rr.r. Kuatourk 

»n.-nnr 

BoutfiarD Pacific 
T«»a» OfP 

Onion Cartoid* 

ear. fit' ... 


MONTREAL 
Industrial*. 226.7, up .1. 
(.'till tie*, 68.3. up A 
Gold a. 64.26, up .02. 

Pulp and paper*, 841.59, off 
4.16. 

Sale*. S02,Mt»0 shares. 


N*rbl Con* 
N»»u* 

NlpUvlne 
N-irCTirta) 
N'lffun Can 
NnraDda 
G Brt»o Gold 
Oriar 

N»» Crilum*! 
(Hl.ii l.akr 


Adriana 


»*»• M» 

Cantab* ' 
Ca«*l» T 
Cana>’ 'a' 
OtfPfai 
CpM i • 

phe *'» 
DMhrn" 
Coin I • 

r'pln'r *r 

rar>a*«t 
Cun' S' 
Cnm. D 
Cor* H 
Cnr..* * 
Crclnnr 


The new Nash Rambler custom convertible, the lowest priced of today's flve-pasM am ccuv* '-ibles, 
la now on display at local Nash agencies. The Rambler offers the protection of two heav» -t.*e| 
rails overhead at the top of side windows which form a structural bridge beam for extra rigidity 
of the Alrflyte body. Exterior appearance la highlighted by sweeping front to rear lender lines. 
Custom equipment Including radio, heater, clock, directional signals and electrically operated 

top are offered at no extra cost. 


Pamour Pore. 


Palo Con*. 


P*rm*M*r 

P*rron Gold ... 
Pirki* Croa 
Pop *11 Roto*** 
p.n-iitulM R’*f 


Vancouver 

Listed 


Praiiou 

QovmonT 


Union — ... 

f'mt*d Alfi-raft 
U 8 »*»*• 

W**i4ii*houa* Ki«<iria 
WoolanrIB 


“ " • — j. J local buying w as noted in flax, 

Routine shipper demand ap American houses h*ith bought and 
•ared In oats and barley while Isold rye contract* 


path. Western oils were quiet ; higher than Friday’s price* 
with almost no change. 

In Montreal, trading was mod 
crate and securities moved hesi- 
tantly on the Stock Exchange and 
Curb Market. 

Many leaders held unchanged, 
while gains and losses near the 
dose were about evenly divided 
In a small fractional price path. 

The odd Issue moved as much as 
a point. 


Ik*""- M 
rv.nairia 
Caai Vi 
ca-' aui 


BnrrrlU OOfdon 


Sttanre 

Mima 

fHaeo Gold 


Zrnilb Radio 


8 ia4*i> Milartie 


Haaar Io*«*Un*0‘a. 

oita 


Ht»*«!or| — -. 

Sullivan 

Sylvanu* 

1><-k Much** 

Tobum — 

Tran* Con* H*a- 
Upprr Canaria 
Vvntura* 

Wall AmuUl 

Wrl(ht Hax«r**v*a 

Yvllnwkntf* »*«r 


Unlisted 
Toronto Mines 


Y-ll'-aanlf* 


Olan’ 

o»d* 

rRi).;* 

Harr I* 

Mac 1 ’ 

lt*>*‘ 


A III *0 Oil 

Ana< vnria Oil — — - — 

Aii*Io-Can»rtl*n 

a p CtiD 

Allan vie Oil — 

CAP corporaaoa .. ^ 

CaiBinn' 

Cainnrta — 

Cal**-! 

Centra’ t#«tur — 

Commoll — - — 

rnmmi'f.**allh — - 

IMlbnuait 

D*l R>n 

P*d*ra»*i: P*»roi*im 
G*n*r*l Pflrolrucn -- - 

G*(i*ral PdnlNJB "* 
Maraal Oil 

HMI.wooit Bare** — - — 
HMD* Oil 
MrDo.lkall 8*«ir 
I Marrary 
| ok a li a 
Print*** 

i R*U«*1*T U**»*t.nlri» 
i Royal Canadian 
| Rayalll* 

Khar* Oil 

a»Utb Rra**au P«t*ol*<im 
, 8un»»f OO* 

Supario* oil* 

1 VanaJU 
York ou 


Car 111* Jk McCarthy. Uri I 
Did 

AuAUkt Porrumna 
i Mroan McDada - » 

Br ii# "a **’ 

I Cam ray — 

Captain 

Can 8>ip«nar ** 

rarnrpt* ... - 

Crnlral Man — — - » 

Crotnii Bab.na . 

l Bnip.r* . i* 

Hu»«* * “ 

| JfrOHi* — J* 

Kaaiiar. *• 


On the Winnipeg Grain Ex 
change Inte trading saw selling 
erase gain* made earlier by oats, 
hurley and rye contracts. Flax 
was the only commodity to close 


A. K. Ames A 4'u. 

Burma*. FttnbUthMl 10*9 
kfmdai 

Toronto Stock Ftcbanga 
Montreal Stock Exchange 

*d Tfaat RaiJ.linx • 612 ti*» Riraari, Va-*orta. R tt 
T*4*fk*an*i f 4171 


MauO-UarM 
McCoU-Ptoetrna- 
McCoU-Proiitroae. rfri 
M.rtlUT Mill* 

M' o*rii Cwialn*rt 
>(.Mi»ro Crr«-.l*H>*T» "A - 
Monayrh Knil 
U'oarrh Knit . Pfri 
Montreal l«#n»u»i 
Mnor* C«rp 
Nation*: 8i*e*rt** 
National Kr* «•»!** P«* 
aattanal t>ru« A Chttr 
N a Mot. a I OfUS * Ch*l*l 
National Gro<*r« 
Nauus.al "M 

Nauu.iai Mo*J*rt "A 
Manorial M'**'*’* “8 
Manorial «*»*r gip* ‘ * 
Matloc.al Bl**i C»* 
Nooh Star Oil ~A’* 

Or -arto 81**1 P’'*0» _ 
Ontario e*’* 1 Drori* P 
Oiana* Cn**b 
Pair »W*a» 

P*nr.ari Co® 

| Pn**ll Rl**r 

Pr-ar* Pnrwuall® 

Pi* •*« M*'al» 

P'.riur P our .... . 
P>4lliy Plo-jr PI'S. 

I y ..r..o* *»0k "A" 
Rl«a*n|0* 8.1k ' B' f 
aua«*l! I”1 

*. la»f*nt« Corp^ C' 
*» Laarano* Cnrr Pf 
at l^»**ti** Corp ef' 
Vail* “A 
SliavlUlaat' 

Khaeiuiaa.i ’ ' ' p id. 
Sti*a ^ Br***?!** ' A 
Sira a B’*“*ti*« 

S.rk • hi*» *r’*». V T. 
dinipvM » S ' 
Siyapano'* "P 
Simf*'’"'* Pf ' 1 
N 81*1 «r A Oo . Com. 
pmihiR. 

Bi L#t*r*nr* e*p*r 
t¥ la«t*JI*r P*P*r P 
ft'd Cb*tn 
Sri Chrm , Pfri 
Srri Pavln* 

Sid P*vtn» Pfri 
B.*nI*T P' •" k "A 
S ant*. Hroffc, Pftl 
B'**l of Canaria 
‘ 8 **l of Canaria Pfri 


i Late f >P 
Lun Krho 
Mat* 

M 'ran. 

: Murmar 
K*« An#. 

) Norton u 
Oklmri - 
Oroala 
Paarail* 


Alberta Oil News 


A Gs* Company. Is a 20.000 acre* 
reservation In the Comrey an a 
The remaining two southern 
Alberta reservation* include: a 
2n.n00-aiTP spread Issued to G. S. 
Lexis and H. M McAfee, in the 
Clarinda area a few miles north 
of the Montana border, and 
18.0«0 acre* acquired for W. S. 
; Gray by J. IL Corbett. In the 
; Milk River - Groton area, about 
ten mile* north of the U.S.A. 
harder and 60 mile* southwest 
of Medicine Hat. 


6pe. iai to The Colonist 


Hariri Malarti* 


By C. O. NICKLC 
There were 15 reservation*, 
totaling 529,590 acres, isnued by 
the Alberta Government to oil 
companies and operators during 
the past week. Eleven of the 
nPW reservations, or 224,983 
acres, were taken out in the 
southern sector of the province. 

The remaining petroleum and 
natural gaa Crown right* were 
acquired in central and north 
west Alberta. 

Largest acquisition during the Thi* week the California Stan- 
week wo* 19*817 acres made by ^ ar< j Company struck natural gas 
titles Service Petroleum Com p| Ufi 0 jj , wildcat In the Spot- 
p«ny in central Alberta, about HO |w j Lake- Ra aha w area of Central 
miles northwest of Edmonton, *h«,ut 22 miles northwest 

The lands were taken out In the ^ Stettler Devonian oilfield, 
name of 8 . O. Reildln. with one rtrillatem teat gave a nat- 

trad locaieil in the Blueridge ura) po< f|nw ri(te estimated up 
Lnmbell area. to gono.ono cubic feet dally plua 

Second large*! *|»read this nf , w »h niiie recovery 


Ant*r. »n 8’ aOriard 
D*»* M*tala 

Brtlrirnr 
It ft X ' 1X15 1 
CSic.t.** Caribou - 


BalnilV* Con% 
\**rmll.nn On*. 
w*i*or» 

Yoga* DavldMin 
Zal««a 


Cart butt Gold 

Cunar*** 

CStnmi Oolri . — 

KMeUa — 

Golrotiria — 

Oranri*ir» — 

Kamil • — — 

H*tll»y V***ot 

HlaManO »*ll* 

Indian 

Ini*ma"onal C” a C. 
Maori Moontaln 
Koot*ri»» b*Ha 
Mt(K*n« 

f'Briltr Nirkf] .. . 

PE Onlri 

P#nd Oretll* 

P. 0 '.**r Oolri 
Pr*in.»r B«:d*r _ 
PnvatMr 

Quaulun Copprr — 
R *ri Hawk* 

H*» 1 *. Mr Dow aid -- 
Rrno CRiIrl — 


WISMPKG 

r H A Hgmbat Uri ■ 
Oat a Op«n Ht»h le* Cioaa 


5 »o'< sir. *»«■« tn\ an 

1»S J»S Wa 2'‘* 

s.n Nil* 'O* *>• u>,S 

14AS !♦*•« uas H»S t4»N 

MS 'a '«'• Ml bMUa l*J • 

113 IK*» 131 H blll'k 1KX 

rA*K GRAIN 


1 *'. I* 
loss I0S 


SHbak Pr»/n.*r _ — 
Kilvrr H’andatri 

1 air i RtT*r 

T tt'ar Br.ri** — 
Ultra — — — - 

Vananria 

Van Rot 
«r*llln*tan 
Wnurn Kuploratlori 
W**'.*m Uranium 
Yukrna 


Ob'* 

N. ! C 
Parirv 
N« S C 

Br* 

No S C 
Trark 


XOU can obtain 1% on 1100 or more- 
for J to 10 year#. Intereat la payable 
half-yearly by coupon — or may he 
depoaited to your Huron & Erie aaYlnfta 
account. Huron A Erie debenturea ara 
authorized by the Government as a 
proper lnveatment for ei ecu tore and 
truateea. 


CHICAGO 

R A Hunt bar Uri » 

Oren Ht«N '*>• Ho#u 
. _ 311 BIS «• >V1 

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Albrrta nuiiilert 
Alb*rt* DtalUlttf* V ' 
H C. P"r*»t Product* 
BC Tirt 

Canadian Codlerl** 
We.tcra 1 


I Wh*a( — 
I Mar 


Canart'ar. 

Capl'al t*tata» 

K. R MacMillan **. 
H R MacMillan " 
puwall Rir*r 
Bun Pntollkhint 
Wvatmtn.m Pap*’ 
W'cakmioatrr I*at>*r 


r«uknnit "■ 


SttkS SOT J0»»* 
103 10* SMS 

1*7 V|» 1*7*4 IMS 


Pannr ParO'-r 
Prrirtal Ora'll 
p*.i*-*i Oraln, ' 
pvird Mnln* "A 

Pnunrialtur 
»>«•*’ r.. "ttat't 
P’4***, PM 

Qalll.rari P> »** 

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On- <|0* I \*ack»» 
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Huron&Erie 

MORTGAGE CORPORATION 
"OltUr than ibt Dn*t*:'in nf Canada ' 

SAVINGS DEPARTMENT HOCKS 
Mon. to Frl., 9 AM. to 4 PM Sat.. DAM to 12 Noon 
1110 GOVERNMENT STREET. VICTORIA 


Vancouver 

Unlisted 


Victoria Manager 
Named Director 

C. J. Williams, manager of the 
Victoria branch of Henry Birks A 
Sons Ltd., has been appointed to 
directorate of the Canada -wide 
firm at its annual meeting. 

Mr. Williams started with Birks 
2 J years ago In Vancouver. He 
left Victoria yeatrrday to attend 
conferencea and to 


ll.aar In«-r*"8*n , ». Ltd > 


rated 2*i mile*' south of Transcon- 
tinental WestUnk No. 1 which ! 
yielded a large n*itural gas flow 
plus some oil In uncommercial i 
quantities from PI /one. At 5.655 
feet the Spotted I-ake well is he 
Ikved to he about 13 led Into 
the D3 /one Although the Devon- | 
lan coral reef has been found at 
several other wildcat venture* In 
the Spotted L/ikeBaahnw area, 
as yet commercial oil production 
has not heen found at any of tha i 
test wells. 

• * • 

Fifteen more wells completed 
drilling in Alberta during the past 
seven day*, raising total comple- 
tions for the first 117 day* of 1954 
to 319 holes drilled. Including 234 
successful oil well*. 11 ga* well* 
and 74 dry hole*. 

Eight of this week* eomple 
tlons were drilled In the I*duc- 
Wnodbend are*, all resulting In 
oil production. Imperial Oil Lim- 
ited completed two well* in each 
sector of the field. 

The Lediic sector well* were 
I placed on production with poten 


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Foreign Exchange 

M ontreal. April » 
CD. — The American 
dollar t o« lay close*! at 6 25-32 
per cent premium to the 
Canadian dollar, 3 32 higher 
than Friday’s close. That 
I*. It took 1106 25 32 Cana- 
dian to buy $1 American. 

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tial of 2,184 and 1.632 barrel* 
daily, while at Woodbend the 
wells rated dally open flow po 
ten Mai of 245 and 1 188 barrels. 
The remaining completion* In 
this are* were drilled by: the 
Allenhee-Cardinal Trl West team, 
one well; Leduc Calmar and West- 
ern Properties. • well with a po- 
tential of 790 barrel* daily: Rich- 
field Petroleum*, one well with 
potential of 1075 barrels dally, 
and the team of Texaco Explore 
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more south extension 


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By JF.AN NEWTON 
“LA< ROSSE"— As the Name 
of thee Game 

While the game relied “la- 
crosse" 1 * familiar enough In this 
country as well as In England, It 
is In Canada that It Is really popu- 
lar as a field sport For those 
who perhaps know less about It 


The ftj.len.Ii.I flavour anrl chararlrr of 
•‘Black St White’* are not achieved in 
■ hurry. Long year* of careful nmlur* 
ing followed by blending in our own 
special way produce a Srotrh whisky 
that is in a class all its own. Always a-k 
for “Black & *hite”I 


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pany. one 
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barrels dally. 

Redwater accounted for two of 
this week's oil well*, drilled by 
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on production by the Pacific 
Group In the northwest sector of 
the field 


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cnr* we r*-s«l the aiKii|>i»st» and attempt 

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to point the way. 






. The most 

startling fight 

ever filmed! 
Samson and 
the lionf . 


3 OF THE SCREENS AU-TIME THRIIL GREATS 
BACK IN ALL THEIR SAVA 6 B T 5 AMPA 6 E/ 


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©ATLAS 

A FAN QMS HAVERS 


B, Howard Da’tlu (Colonist 


20il Century-Fox'* 


ivjw, Grandpa 


*U,rm and i»e Divuglit* he heard ahuaid K> 
someone shout: hackum 

"Alloy the raft! Ahoy the raft' "Good t 
1 Are you on board, Uap’n Wlgflly. claimed I’n 
sir? If you are there give me ' his head o 
a hail. Ahoy the raft!" cabin door. 

"That Bounds like Bosun the old * nrt * oxlc 
scaring." w> 14 Uncle Wlgglly to , ‘he ran. 
himself. "! hope It Is, for he ran "" 

sail the raft bn.-k home for me. 
in this storm 


BOM .N ON fill. It A I i 

The shouting noise which 
iJncle Wlgglly ha l heard In the 
lunchroom of his Amusement 
Raft Bounded above the r*-ar of 
the big wind and the spatter of 
ih» rain. 

"Somebody Is calling me." -aid 
the rabbit gentleman, who laid 
gone In the lunchroom to keep 
dry. Grandpa \S hackum. with 
Toodle and Noodle, the beaver 
boya, were out on dock. They 
liked the rain and wind. 

"Yes.” aald Uncle Wlgglly 


HEARD IN HOLLYWOOD 

She's up at 5:30 am. and re- looked i 
ports .'it the studio at j. Makeup stars J 
and wardrobe goes on then and Leigh— I 
shooting starts around 9 Be- retakes, 
cause she Is on loan from M OM. used to 
and is wanted bark on her home the sky. 


Filmed in the exotic loca 
of the South Pacific . . . 
where fieo world* meet 
in one undying 


even in this storm. But I must 
l >c sure |t is Bosun. I'll a*k Grand 
pu W hackum," 

Opening the door of the lunch- 
room cabin. Uncle Wlgglly called: 
"I say. Grandpa Whackum, do 


By IIAHOLD IIU FtKNAN 
HOLLYWOOD, April 
(NANA'.— Bugart Ians are in 
a big shocker when they 
• The Enforcer." * 


in Ids hoister and 


And the volet come* from outside 


Then lie po.. s forced Into a couple of houra ol publicity workers In a major 
b * a overtime every night. Janet Is .studio. Dismissed without notice 

Tne En.orccr^ | iuc ky [Q gfl homt . by ftght la Just ^ore chrlstmgs. one flack 

FrTS “ s 

s sjjii s ~ a!l "~“ ver 

& the assistant ' As for that big fat one-hour 
id .mashing lunch period on the lot. Janet 
*£ His successful 1 spends half of It taking singing 
lessons. Rough, eh? Well, a.ny- 
, . | way. the pay Is good and she 

, vr meets such Interesting people— 

Tony Curtis, for instance, who 
g also to record drop , luound ^ the commissary 
• •’ ’ other 


It Lb Bonun. Wait a moment. I 
*U>U*ned as best] will give him a hall.” Then the 
the nobe of the heaver gentleman shouted Into 
— ^ — ... : the storm: 

] "Ia that you, Bosun?" 
f _ B1J "Thai’* who It If. Grandpa 

DHv | wi,.,. i- 

aboard that drifting raft?’’ 

"Yes, he In, Bosun. And I am 
hero with Toodle and Noodle. But 
where are you?" 

"I'm In a rowboat with FokJe 
Hie fnx." answered the old sca- 
ling. "The wind has changed and 
is blowing my boat close t>i the 
raft. I'll be aboard In a mlnuie. 
Bail the water from the boat, 
Fosle!" 

"t am netting tired nf balling 
water out of this old leaky boat." 
complained Foxle. "As fast as I 
bail It out more water come* In. ' 
"You won't have to ball much 


•k HELD OVER ★ 

; World’s Greatest Love Story 

MpUfai H f F I AT U At 

MkKP^m .i. U’ 


UNDER 

NEW 

MANAGEMENT 


BOLD! 

STARK 

and 

DARING 


every day to spend tha 
half-hour selling himself. 


"I think the storm U over. The c 
wmd Is going down and the rain 
has stopped." 

"Do you know where we are. 
Bo-sun?" asked Uncle Wlgglly. 

"Ye*." replied the old searing 
“wc are nwoy over on the far side 
of Frog Fond.'* 

"How can we ever get bark 
to Woodland?" asked Mr, Long- 
ears. •. 

1 "I'll holfct the* sail and we can 
tall home," said Bosun, "I think 
there will l«e enough of the right 
J kind of wind for that." 

The sail was hoisted. Bosun 


TOO MUCH REALISM 
Actual scenes of Jet planes 
flying across the background in 
three sequences of "Jet Pilot" 


ent movie detailing a 12 -hour 
episode In the life of one woman, j 
Most critics agree that Lore!'. a 
Young gives a far better per- 
formance in it than .-nr did tn 
•The Farmer's Daughter." which 
won her an Academy Ofcur a 
few years ago. Her husband, Tom 
Lewis, makes hls bow as a movie 
producer and the direction of 
Toy Garnett, ns usual, extracts 
every lota from both the story’ 
and actors. One thing Is certain: 
After seeing "Cause For Alarm" 
and noting the importance of 
one such Incident to the plot, 
you'll never again drop a letter 
Into that U S. box on the corner 
until you're certain It should be 

posted. v 

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RI GGED SCHEDULE 

Anyone who figures ll‘s a lead- 
pipe cinch fcr krep up a movie- 
alar career should take a care- 
ful look at the rugged schedule 
of Janet Leigh, working on "Two 
T.ckets to Broadway" for R K.O. 


WATCH FOR 
OPENING DATE 


New Owner and Manager 


A m uspincnts 

ON TIIE BEEN 

At lav— “Born to Be Bad." at 
2:57, 6:01. 9;30, plus 

"Walk Softly Stranger." 
i apitol — "Samson and 
Delilah" In Technicolor, 
at 1:27# 3:57, 6:27. 9:00.- 
Dominion — "Storm Warn- 
ing." At 1:05, 3:07, 5:09. 
7:11, 9:30. 

Fox— "Straight. Place and 
Show." plus "Mighty the 


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MBIT THE | 
INVISIBLE MAN\ m , 


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nmis 

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WAINfP BROS 
BRIGHT LIGHTS 
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7:32, 9 46. 

plat* — "Kiss of Death," 
plus "Johnny Apollo." 

Rnyal — "Lullaby of Broad 
wav" In Technicolor, at 
1:00.3:12, 5:18. 7:24. 9 34 


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Victoria. B.C., San.. April 29. 1951 


flaihi Colonist 


levied only seven hit* but bunched 
three singles and a loop fly off 
Russ Meyer in the sixth inning 
for two, runs and the ball game. 


halted the Giants 


Millard of JB A A Is shown making three-quarter run during second ' 
ime against Vancouver Vlndex at Macdonald Park yesterday. Movmc u 
ic Cardinal ‘extreme right* and Rav Bartle ‘centre foreground’ \u 

win provincial rugby title 


Brooklyn ledgers vaulted Into 
the runner-up .slot on their !* I 
victory over New York Giants, 
who went down to their tenth 
sutTOPsIve Inss. In the remaining 
National League game. Cincin- 
nati Reds stopped Pittsburgh, *5 2. 

The Indians broke their stale- 
mate for the lead with Washing- 
ton by trouncing St. Louis 
Browns, 12-4. while the Senator* 
were Veing beaten. 6-4, by New 
York Yankees. 

ATHLETICS LOSE 
In other Amerlenn league 
games, Boston Red Sox handed 


Doilblc-Heatlc 
For Senior 


The English rugby season upper pitch wl 
wound up at Macdonald Park downed Oak Bov 
yesterday with Vancouver team* ()f| the klWPr j„ 
winning the RounsefeU Cup em Cup. 

blematic of senior provincial # ahuina 

supremacy, and the Daily Pro 
vince Cup. symbolic of the sec Vlndex. unbeat 

ond division title. , CU P tflls 1 

Vlndex captured the Rounsfell cldely the better 
Cup bv whipping J R A.A , city and more aggre> 
and Island titlists, 22 0. on the l WTiitn and hack f I 


man and Bill Reynolds; outfield- 
ers Vic Dale, Ray Byers Toad 
Garnet and Fiori Geogan. and 
utllltyman A1 Arnold. 

Arnold will start at shortstop 
today In place of Billy Duncan, 
who is sidelined for three weeks 
with a broken finger. The rest 


The Senior "A" Men s Softball year, with stiff competition ex 
league will open Its season wlih pci.tod from Chinese Students 
a double-header at Upper Central , „ nd Butler's Aces. Bluebird Cabs 
Park this afternoon following 
official opening ceremonies. 

< hinese Students and Bluebird 
Caba will meet In the season's 
tnougural at 1 :3<). and B<\ FnreM 
Products anil Pit/er A- Nex, 
formerly Douglas Tire, will tangle 
in the afterpiece nt 3:30. Rnfler> 

Aces, formerly Hrenfwnxal A rr*. 
will make their debut agnliiH 
Bluebird Cntx toitvflTuw nt lK3n 
p.m. 

(>f finals foieiasl a sli'wiigi-r 
and better balanced league Ibis 
year. Pil/er A Ncx is rated n 
slight favorite to retain the 
laurels won l»y the Tirernen Inst 


ttwir 


STRONG I INM P 


of the infteht wilt err 


man at flrsl, Berrile Clarkson. I 
formerly of B r. Forest Products. 
At second. Reynolds si third and 
newcomer Ab "Red" Wielie lie 
hind the plate 

VOI MiKST TEAM 

B.C. Forest Products have la-.t 
year's pit' hers hacked by the 
youngest team in the league. The 
returning muimdsrr.cn aw Bud 
Ross. Barry Jackson and Norm 
Nlchnlb. 

Veterans Mickey Smith and Le* 
Wilson will share the catching 
duties for the Lumtiermen and 
veteran Jim Ireland will divide 
first base chores with rookie Tony 
Bishop. Gus I lilt un moves from 
the outfield to third hose with 
youngsters Don Hendry and Roy 
I/>pie forming the second- luce 
combination. Outfielders are Jun- 
iors Bob Affleck and Bert Ingram 
and holdovers Doug lludlin. Earl 
King and George Brown. 

LITTLE < RANGE 

Gar Taylor replaces Stan Pen- 
ning as couch of Chinese Stu 
dents, who are III He changed 
from last year’s popular club. 
Power has hern Added with the 
Acquisition of Jim Morrison f«*r 
‘•ccond-base duty and mound 
depth hit' tteen gained With the 


The Gasmen are managed by 
Jim Lnckie. who has delayed Ills 
retirement for ni least another 
veal and coached by Dick Wll- 
Ham They have a lineup that 
iH'j.vts pitching strength and 
power at the plate. 

Holdovers fmrn Inst season's 
Douglas Tire squad Are: Pitcher* 
Ken Gunter. Norm Martin and 
joe Crv.-iMi; infielders Chick New- 


Victoria West and Esquimau, 
old rivals in Victoria and District 
soccer play, failed to reach a de 
risinn in the Lower Island Pro- 
vince Cup semi-final at laywer 
Beacon Hill yesterday afternoon 
after 120 minutes of football. 

The two Vlubs. currently tied 
for first place in the V. A D 
League, played to a 1 1 draw. 
Each scored on«c during regula- 
tion time and then failed to break 


NEW WESTMINSTER. BC. 
April 28 «cpi — Walter (Babei 
Pratt, roach or the New West- 
minster Royals of the PC ML. 
was lined $50 Saturday for 
dangerous driving after he 
crashed hi* car into a light pole 
He e4a|ied injury, but the 
car sliced off the pole at It* bn.-**-, 
leaving the top portion &us 
pended by three wires He 
promised to pay "the damage* 
"The question of liquor It no* 
Involved In the charge." 
Magistrate T R Selkirk, "but 1 
would Judge from the police re- 
port that you certainly had a 
drink " 


their first look at the 1951 
the weatherman has other 
like what they will see 

of the outcome of today's if times at Trl-C’tty, the 
for frr hmiui-manaio r Dick Barrett Is 
Uie potential to wind up on top It. would be 


Victoria baseball fans will get 
Athletics tomorrow night 
plans and they are likely b 
Regardle: 

elub gathered together 
one ttiat hi 
surprising. Indeed, II It failed to wind up If 
participating in the Shall Klines* v play-dow, 
As has been written here before, pile 
may or may not ftt the door tu the W 1 1. 
performances, Barrett is bet t fixed 
department than any of his seven rival mar 
the lock If he gets himself and John 1 
condition before the season is too old 

Backing what should be flue pitching 
punch which should make the club a p« 
Defensively, the elub may not be'xpr 
and In It* three winr 
to come up w 
It has stayed do; 
from the hitters but there is 
will deliver. 

Best of nil is the fine leu 
veteran club, there I 
Is every Indication 
season. Prrw 


uar*i 


Nominations of Hill Parnell. 
Mary l aslhn amt Nancy I rnljj 
yesterday In Misled to eight the 
lotnl In Is* considered |»y the 
Judges for the Nld Thomas 
Memorial Trophy. They join 
Norma Stewart, Arnold Fergu- 
son. Done Fletcher, Laurie Wal- 
lace and I lou \\ 1 1 sou 

This Is your Iasi rhaitee |« 
send in your nominal Ioii If you 
have someone In mind. Nomina 
Hons will be accepted by Tha 
< olooisi s|Mirls ilcpnrlmenl uii- 
III midnight tomorrow. 

The trophy Is awarded an- 
nually lo tin- perann who lias 
made the greatest oontrlhullon 
lo amateur s|tnrls In Victoria 
during Ihr past sports year. 
The lies! nominal Inc |e|ler will 
win the writer two Reason 
tickets lo home games of Vic- 
toria At Hie I lea. 


111,6 aii-impunanv he> . t inner dr( , with Jim John I 
jet* and he can turn at fir M. Morrison. Don Robinson 
rshflll Into winning slinri, Hung Derr at third and 
Gordie Chow lie hind the plate, 
potential exit a- base The outfield consists of Quinton 
•r in Ita.own park. Mar, Tom Derr and T'*y Mar 

nr but It ui adequate with Bcrnle Sam. Dave Lowe and 

games to date. U has shown the ability T »> tor lor '^Vief 

1th key fielding plays which have turned the tide ^J^du.y. Peking up Jim 
to .500 baseball on the road without much help T enning. Ed Kong and Lou. 

little doubt but that the stuck Buf| Co „ le * form „ r rp island 

star, will start on the hill for 
in spirit. Although the As urr a Bluebirds today with veteran 

is plenty of hustle and will tu win and there Henry Harrl* a* hi* hatterymatr. 

thiif It will be that wuy at l Dr end of the He will he backed by an infield 
y it w ould be harder lo find 20 more likeable or Ray Brookbank at first. George 

- rnxr: ~ 

Co.. LUi. Hard hit financially last season because It failed In an E ( W ^ Utm;K! < Ben Fthler 
all-out effort to produce a winner, the management Is counttng ^ eJ1her Em blc,on or Mao 
on the continued— and added support of city fans to help erase dnnaJd w m *tart | n the out held, 
much. If not all. or the deficit The A \s will keep all of Uielr A , r Asplnall and Michel! are 
home gates this season and it could be a banner season both gyailable for relief mound work, 
artistically and financially Don't wait to fee how the club dors HARPERS ON DEI h 

In the early going before lending your support This team will Cabbie* will be strengthened 
niav Interesting baseball and whole-hearted supporl could help f, , r tomorrow’s enme by the ad- 


> imo Feels Boxla ( Jub 
Prove Doublers Err 


condition and looking forward tu 
their games, especially with Vn* 
Nn lorla. 

sh In Lot -tl fans Are solidly behind 
, n i n the Sons and would like to sec 
u^ur, them put the blush on those who 
"foei ar< * celling them short. The av- 
^ j n erage fan around here feels that 
a new team stepping Into senior 
(company should be getting a leg 
' 1 , up In Its endeavor Instead of the 

' wifi knnwmc ™ rk 

BROTHER AI TS 

»me. The i-iuh btmsis three brother 
inner gets In Fred and Norm Fulla. who 
star, play R'»al and forward re.«pctiive 
•n of ly. B"h and t.jsrl IP-nme defence 
Sons, iand forward; and Doug nod Don 
ip-top White both forwards. There Is 
another combination of names 
but they are not related- Bob Men 
rles plays defence * and Ted is 
JS the manager. 

To bnlvirr last season s senior 
'TV* champions, the Sons have 
added rover Gordie Nlrkk form 
i-rly of North Shore Indians, and 
Furr »• defeticeman K>n Slmpum, up 
amp«. from Burrard juniors. Other team 
I ves- members are; Lawrems* Gart- 
[ f* t i;c rand. Fetor Cx«od and Bill Seward, 
vrnllc defcnr*e: Reg I>'rman, •■entre; 

Jack Scott, rover: and Spud 

etsjvt* Morrill and It. T Johnson, for 


I a LTiivrrxIi 


Player* on Iroth club- pia* 
bruising brand of football 
tempers liegan to fliire non 
end nf regulation time Ken j 
of Esquimau and Wests’ 
Turner were thrown out of Hu- 
game fur fighting just before the 
end of the '■••cond tialf. 

WestA plA\ed writ ri« >ur three of 
l heir top players I*-H winger 
Benue Clarkson is writing ex- 
arnhiAtions at Victoria College 
Ken Jvntt Ls now lirtd lip With 


rqiix 
mu* r it 

vrrslt V 
ner». v 
vial tori 


ROGER BANNISTER 
1 'on.videred only rnder In 
world at present with chance 
for four minute mile, English 
track vinr yesterday lived up 
to pir-s tinth es in Benjamin 
Franklin Invitation Mile at 
f'hllrfdelphia. lie la »ecn cross- 
ing flnbh line after outdis- 
tancing American stars Fred 
Wilt and Don (Jehrmann by 
y ards. BanniMer set new record 
for Penn Relays with time of 
4:06.3. running last quarter 
mile in Incredible time of :S67. 


wjeke's lor only 12 
i rod the University 
mph Leading ban 
Read. Who hit up >8 
he winner* and G. 
accounted for 13 for 


\ ictoria Club 
Elects Davis 
New President 


MONDAY AT 8 P.M 

SPOKANE INDIANS 


Thinl llole-indhw 

Alan Hockty scored the third 
hole in-one of l&M at the Victoria 
Golf -Club yesterday when be 
sank hta tee shot on the 125 yard 
eighth hole. He was playing In a 
fouraome with J R. Murray, C. 
VV. Walker and Dick Mum .'. 


VICTORIA ATHLETICS 


fiv 5fo;( Diuen 


Smm* i*A hot <#«*• Ti«Ve« •» 
V«U Ho-' 

i*»«l A»M c«»c f»'l. t A M l« 


II. J Davis was elextexl preai 
dent of the Victoria Golf Club at 
the annttal meeting last nlglit and 
W. L. Woo<1h»*use was named club 
captain. They aucceed A S. f >. 
Muagrave anl Harr. id Husband. 

Named to the committee were: 
A. H. Alesander, J. G. AtiMin. 
P. W. Bell. H. M Franoa. A F. 
Harvey. R. M. Madeod. K. L 
Patton. C. P. Rutherford and P. 
D. Sills. Report* showed a auc- 
reaaful financial wae»jn in 
and a club rail ip of 716 

Tlte mee t In gdnl lowed the an 
nual presidents va. captains 
match, won by the former team, 
v 


General Admtaokm: 

Boa seats, fl.36 
Reserved. 11.10; General, HOr 
Bleacher*, 

4 biidrr-n Orsn.l Maud. XV; 
Blent her*. I be* 


B \SI BALL HORROLT 

Eaglea' senior baeeball club 
will practise at Lower Beacon 
H1H Park today starting at 10 
am Any Interested player* are 
invited 


GUESSING DEPARTMENT The A* to take two at Tri-City 
and United to top Duncan In Province Cup soccer. Chino* 
Mudrntv and Pltier k St% to win today * senior »oftball opener*. 
Tomorrow, the A s to make a succe^rul home debut and Butler’s 
Ace* a* softball winners. Batting average to dote. At bat 190. hit* 
1S9. percentage .732. 


An all star Russian h**WHh#ll 
team left vitwruM for farts 
yesterday In compete In live 
European championship* Mav 
$18 





Bailu (Colonist Vi(! ” u ' 8 - c - s °“ • Apiil 1951 


Introduce 1951 Athlet i cs : 

Game 


Sports Fixtures 


t om O T TO w 


Semi-Finals 
Set Monday 


leiiiim 


To Neel Winnipeg for Memorial Cup 

» ^ . . mini 4 tflNMriO ( 


I 4 j ■ ® — f.r« round cr mttcn 
elar to tiub fctndict* eh*mpu'o- 
■ nip. Rytl C»tooo4 Q«U und 
Cototry Clu*. 

• 00« B.-fWH Cv MGlt-nBUU. 

Victor to Ciclt CluU. 

II *S • rn. — V*r,cou»*r 

Bv»trh Pl»J »0>*n. Jd-ttol* MBlI- 
fn».*. Victor!* Oolf CluU- 
100 » ». — OttoUrytoi mur.d of 
club htndletr ch*»plotJU»:p. Oor»# 
V*:* Oott Club, 

IOCCM 

I 00 V -DllUIW I- ••ftob’tr 
Bigg* Cup Heal. TtUicum* **. Com- 
bine*. Lcttx Otteon mu. 

j JO p n-lovrr I*!*nd Prorlneo 
Cup Mnu-flntl. Vlrtort* United *•- 
Oil net a RtU.e ft-M, MtcdoDtM 


f*>mi finals of the Canadian 
I .Julies’ Coif Union Handicap 
foursome** will be played at 
Orge Vale Golf Club Monday. 

In quarter finals at thr Koya. 
Colwood Golf Club and Country 
club lu t Thursday. Mrs. 
Erickson and Mrs. R. Brantley 
defeated Mrs. A. W. Hunt and 
Mrs Mann. 1 and 3; Mrs. Carroll 


Barrie Flyers and Winnipeg 
Monarch* will meet In the Me- 
morial Cup final which opens at 
Winnipeg Tuesday. 

The Flyers gained the final by 
whipping Quebec Citadels S 3 be- 
fore 13,527 fans at Maple Leaf 
Gardens lost night in the Eastern 


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j. Btrrtr, Wtoito, »t**: 3 - l*ri. ik JJ. jw'ianip* 

ia (TopptMtoi. » vrmniPH. e* 1 **. I** ' 

rbte. B. Ou»r iMtkilj. Brill- I »too. Sebmtot. B-'h! 
PtitoiUM LmwwI*. lUtortn. , jjtrr j«m«f 

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ChMTPtiU J a. IS. V. I«n.pr«. » 
mn. >» It. Pint. t>c*lr 1J «l >! 


W/N A 


p#ru>d: I. Bum. 

4 JO; 0, Btrrlr. Merr 


seven games in a 


P.. O. Alexander nor 


t 10 p«r . - b<nt'-T 1 A“ n>»o- Chl- 
mm Siitdrrti *k- Bluebird C»t>*. 
Ontrtl l***k 

j >0 o m.- Brf)K>r *' A“ m*o. -1*U- 
t*r Ai *ri vi. D C Pftrtil PsuCucto. 

cmtral r*rk. 

TOMORROW 

porvBAix 

• 30 pm -gi Dlu "A" men. 
Bli tier* A-»« **- lilueblril Ctb». 

Crr.:-’tl Ft.-k. 

BASE B At I. 

130 o.m -W.IL,. hum- opener. 
Bpoktn* InOtont >* Vlelorto Al»- 
Stic*, Itcxtl Athlen* Htn. 


Mttil*. U. Out}. Tot- 

e. junto. TaWne. « M 

e tWoo4«. **:«• .fM** 3 
tan. Mormon Mtkllt 


•e.' fl and 5: Mrs. M. H-ilke 
tlrs. n Jtlekinson edged Mrs. 
[unhand and Mrs. W. A. R. 
oy. 1 up: and Mrs. G. Harris - 
Mrs. H. Moams trimmed 
.c. Haynes and Mrs. J. 
heun. r, and 5. 

mi final draw ar.d starting 


disputed play-clf. 

Monarch* trimmed Regina Caps 
8-1 In the eighth gam* of the 
Western final that was originally 
scheduled for seven game*. 

hk’cond game of the final will 
Iw played at Winnipeg Thursday. 

I the third at Brandon Saturday and 
the fourth and fifth, if necessary, 
at Winnipeg. May 7 and 9. If fur - 1 
thcr games are necessary, the 
dates and places will be fcet later. 

CONTROVERSIAL 

Barrie s victory ended one of 
the most controversial Memorial 
I Cup series In history. The series 
1 was finally played to a conclusion 
I after Barrie had been awarded the 
1 title when Quebec refused to play 
1 after the fourth game. 

Coach Pete Martin of Citadels 
offered no alibis and said he 
. thought Flyers a worthy team to 
i represent the East. He paid trib- 
, ute to Barrie’s great little left 
, winger. Real Chevrefils, who was 
a standout in the series and Is 


«rt, Morritoo. I 
Third «>*nod 
tt. Btrrlt. L*> 
»W*4 BtoUUt*. 


initjor tad minor i, 


tomorrow 


mitjori. r;tiu». 


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Football Loop 
Plans Games 
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Automobile Show 


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For the second successive 
night only one game w a* played 
Jn the W.I.L-. Spokane Indians 
taking their semnd one run de- 
tlslon from Wenatchee Chiefs, 
this time 76. 

Tacoma "« Salem and \an 
r „iivir nt Yakima games wt-re 
txtoinnncd l>ccause of rain, white 


Irish Cup Goes 
To Glentoran 


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Ktltrn 

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BELFAST, April 2S ' Reuters). 
—Glentoran, Irish League cham 
pions. completed the "double'' 
when thev defeated BalljTnena 
United 3-1 In the final of the Irish 
Cup today. 

Even allowing for the fact that 
the losers were handicapped by 
losing Barr, their left back, who 
was carried off the field in the 
15th minute with a tom ligament. 
Glentoran always had the 
measure of their opponent* and 
should have won much more com 
fdrtably. 


Steve Mc.sner. former Coast and 
major league player at shortstop. 
Barrett feels that his club can 
stop the Indians. The teams 
broke even In the opening series 
of the season, Victoria winning 
behind Smith and Jim Propst. 
losing a 4 3 heartbre3ker for Jim 
Hedgecook and taking a 114 
trouncing In the other game. 

LACKS MOUND STRENGTH 

The Indians. If Mesner arrives, 
will present a dangerous line-up 
which, however, lacks strength 
on the mound. The outfield of 


ci to# TTiompton 
K Ctiarllen 
Lou Nnvikotf 
Wtrr»n Notm 
j<*» Mor.'Mtpb 
Al nooning ... 

Jet i K*d 

Jim Moot* 

Bill Dtinn 
.Itm Wrrt 
MarlT Knit. Jr 
Jot K’Uob*!* 
Boo Ontlih 
Aldcn Wllklt 
Jtm Propit ._ 
Jim ol«»n 


One cf t)ie importont feature* of 
a JU'« beoring |Oe famoo* Dot» 
label it that U looki o» good for 
bu»io«ri ci for Icuure. Uc^e ore 
perfectly cut costal suits In fine 
Bctony worsted* that will ttldom 
have o chcMe to stay in tt'e 
cto'-ef. T*ro piece mode's In grey 
end pirf-point worsteds, In s.ng'e 
ond double breasted styles, the 
parts hove all the famous com- 
fort in oct'on style that has mode 
CXs^s fomous a'l over the world. 
But withal, the pnee ts only 


Br>h Mtculr* 


John M*r»h*n 

Bun J»lt-*TI 

BUI Watlb*r*tl 

Al Sin th 
Jim H-Ur^ock 
Vfn AUtoo 
Jo* B!*i.k*n«hlp 
Jrm Mi4ht«»« 

ntn ntrlrltco - 
John Brkitb — 


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Jo. Mi»h*»*k 
Aldon Wilki* 
Jim Olarn 
Jim IIkI.^ocH 
Ron amiib 

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Canadians Vi in 
Square Series 
Fot Allan Cup y a )„.| | 

OWEN SOUND. Ont., April 2S 


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OWEN SOUND. Ont.P .. 

CP'.— Fort Frances Canadians dr 
feated Owen Sound Meruurys. 
•-4. tonight to deadlock the best 
of seven Allan Cup final at one 
game apiece. 

The two trams fought right 
down to the win* and tt was only 
by an Oweh Sound gamble that 
Canadians clinched It with six 
aeconds left. Trailing, 54. Mer 
rurya pulled a defenceman for an 
extra forward and Fe<l»ruk broke 
from a ganging attack to score 
for Canndlnns. 

ai muiT 

F*r#l l*»r1<Xl t. 0**« Sound. Siktch..*! 
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.Inhuon (ftnl I* IS. S •* una 

InMudtbr -B i-llffton Htrwtrdl 1J >8- 
Third e*ri«d 7. Cto*n 


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Trophy and the Grand Agnate of thc MjlUwpllta cvcnt to 

as Nanaimo's fifth annual t 3013 ' I finish with n 91 record in the 
spiel came to a conclusion last Grand Aggregate, 
night. I Victory for the Victoria rink 

Cornett's rink, w hich consisted would have given it both tro 
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and “ Sportuman'i / . ^Uf S 

Handbook '. / 1 *0kl Q 

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Llghtwelglit champion Ikr 
Williams Is scheduled to defend 
his title against Art Aragon at 
Los Angeles on June 19. 


The 1951 national retriever 
trials will b4i held at Carnation, 
Washington. 15 mile* from 
Seattle, November JO, Decem- 
ber 1 and 1. 


Y' Starts Today 

. . and that’* your cue to start 

Outside Painting 


VANCOUVER. April M «* - 
North Shore United entered the 
semi-finals of the Mainland Cup 
soccer competition with a J-i 
win over New Westminster at 
Calllstcr Park today 

United took a 2-0 lead In the 
first half on goals by Dava Kent 
and Mike McManus. McManus 
ITored again In the second canto 
and Ken RuUey scored Royals 
ilmleton. 


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Victoria, I.C., W, April 29, 1951 


Batin (Enlnmet 


Canadians Standouts in ( ollt 


Tennis Season Opens at llillcrest 


Sparked by BiU Parnell, RrllUh Clem Elshen. as it covered the Michigan 
Empire mile champion from the two mile* In 7:38 6 to wipe out Warren 

Victoria Y MC A. track team. - *’ 

Washington State College 
Cougars smashed the univer- 
sity two mile record at the an- 
nual Drake Relays at De* Moines 
Iowa, yesterday. 

I'arnell anchored the four-man 
NV.S.C. team, which also Included 
Lee Cave, Gryrge Sumac and 


in tvcie rvaic By sam snead 

J i.y, Golf's Greatest Player -Teacher l 

Vancouver cyllat* rode off with 

moat of the honors during the If t hla player followed correct 
blcvcle ineel held yesterday after- go jf technique. It would be lmpos- 
noon at Beacon Hill Park. The ,,j b ie for him to pet his club In 
Mainland riders captured three t j lc sa( j portion pictured. Notice 
firsts, two seconds and two thirds 
out of the four races. I 

Jack Seambler of Vancouver MAQ. 

captured the 15 mile event and . » 

the Moody Cup with a time of I I 


the former record of 7:41.8 set 4:13.8 anchor mile, turned in a 
by Drake in 1941. Ume of 17 21 2 to knock 8.4 see- 

But the outstanding Individual on d* from the recunl <’f *b7 2D.d 
perlonner was Drakes Jimmy wt bv Oklahoma A. & M. 1J 
livery from Calgary, who an- ' 

chored Drake In three relay vh> 3 , . . . t 

lories the 440. SSn and the mde Dn.eujer fiuLhcd Usr >« \% 
On Friday. Michigan, anchored ahead of Parnell wlm gi 
by Ottawa's Don McEwan, and second pla> e for \' > ‘ ' ' V >‘dr 

Washington State were figured ‘ ping McEwen in the lost H*J 


Michigan Stale tn record-break- day and a total of toe- 
ing time. were toppled yesterday. 


Vancouver’s Tom Howe, twice 
winner of the Cup. was scheduled 
to make nn attempt at Ills third 
win and permanent possession of 
the trophy. However, at the last 


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Mac Dowell won the Junior boys’ 
two-mlle race In 6:27. Victoria's 
BUI Moffatt and Chalmers were 
second and third, respectively. 


has overswung Into a position 
from which he cannot possibly 
hope to bring that clubhead back 
to the ball at the correct mechan- 
ical instant. That's when his re 
versing hip and shoulder pivot, 
the downswing of the arms and 
ihe full power of the hand-last) 


Softball ( 
For This 


Dan Bticeeroni of Philadelphia 
gained a unanimous derision over 
Dick Wagner of Topprnlsh. Wash 
Ington. in a bloody light-heavy- 
weight bout at New York on Fri- 
day. 


Of» 


Softball games scheduled in the 
senior "A” and renlnr “R" men's 
leagues this week follow- t 
o.MDt -a" 

Bluebird <~i 

Hrntt I '0 pm- Pi 
Far**t nrodu'-i*. T "* , l 

Tonmrmw-Mut'rr* 

r»*« * jfl 0 «» 


Many Report 
For Lacrosse 


O.C. Soccer 
Standings 

LONDON. April 28 i**». Stand- 
ings of teams In United Kingdom 
soccer leagues 1 first five terms): 

ENGLISH LEAGUE / 
nivmoN 1 


Bluebird 


ma pm 

•> nrvnteood A?** »* rnp*f A 

B!u»hird C*M »* « C. t»r« 

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srsioii 

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Niip ft Kv|«lffltll s C Count 
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H; M0! H«*AM l MUlOAlt » 

* • -fi»v.*P On ri t. BrUtcil City t. 
Cniul F*:*c* I. w**.tord l 
K««:.«rt Count/ *. L**-«n Orl*r,' « 
»*»hi T<*»n 1 f lWKJli Af«T>« J. 

Horwlrh CUT 1. !*»*» kct» W» J 
Nutundhsai r>.r«t ). BoaU»*«d UnH#4 i. 
port V*l# 0. 0 

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Sew BnqhiAO 1 Bradford J, 

Keob4Ai« *. WtrihAB • _ . , 

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*••> Aport Cuuniy >. YorA Ctr» B 
imnAtu ASAOciATioa or nssL 
n B** r Ai! IA t/Ol'ml J. 
SCOTTISH LEAGIT. 

DIVISION -a- 

A'.rdripatLlAiii J!, r» : kKA ». 

C«itli! I.Ttfd* • 

Ji;i*rnl*n 4 t 

Morion » 0 

e»nirk TtVAtlA l t>jr.de* t 
B*. Mirran 1, >UkU» *»»•'• * 

TtilM UAAArfc J Ab»rnt#r, 0. 

IIIM-ION -r- 

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fur h»r AU»t*-.ie • •? 'n* « aU » 1 

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laisn err rmi 


Lacrosse Association, rep-ms »w 
total now close to the 300-mark. 

The huge total poses quite a 
problem for officials at present 
hut augurs well for lacrosse, and 
the Shamrocks in future years. 

Practices will be held this 
week at Stevenson Park for pee- 
wees on Tuesday, for mldgeta on 
Wednesday and for bantam* on 
Thursday. All practices will be 
gin at 3:30 p.m. 


TolUrihsm H«i<*pur 
M Aii'hrpttr Uuli*d 
B,»rk»oo| 
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NatMnahAin r.irepl . >' 

Nor»lrh City *« 

lUadlnt - 

PipmmC.h Krr) im M • 

Bristol R»**r* 

UIVISION III — NOSTHrSN 

W T 

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raritstr Pnl-»-4 J* 

Malta :t#M Town *• 

I.ln-otn City » ■ 

Tranmcra Roytra W '• 

S< OTTISH I.KAGI K 

DIVISION “A"* 


\ m SAN MATEO, Calif., April 28 
!a »t' ^Pl. Moonrush, ridden by WU- , 
‘ Ham Shoemaker. w-.»n the S6O.00O 
L r l*. added Bay Meadows Handicap in 1 
a An ' the mud today. Mocopo raced 
S 'second and Be Fleet was third, 
it tt xhe time for the mile and one- 
1 eighth wu 1:51 1-3. 

The winner paid $3. 53.30 and 
L P*A J2 70. Mocopo. running as an 
5 # entry with Sudan, returned $7.10 
: ^ and 57^0. Be Fleet paid $3.30. 
to j* 1 The Calumet Farm entry of 
rv* a itr.tun and Bewitch were 


Pat O’Sullivan 
Retains Crown 

PINEHtmST. N.C., April 28 
(INS*. Pat O'Sullivan unleashed 
a ■final-hole second shot to with 
In four feet of the cup to set 
up the birdie that gave her the 
North South women * golf title at 
today for the second 


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Abcrd*en 

DIVISION 


Plnehurst 
year in a row. 

That masterful stroke, and the 
steady short putt that followed, 
gave the Orange. Toon., golfer a 
1 vip victory over Mae Murray of 
Rutland. Vt. 

Mis* O'Sullivan was off to a 
fast start toward successful de 
defence of her crown. She posted 
four birdies on the first five 
holes. 

Head n*en of Ihe l'.S. Golf 
Association will meet twice ne\t 
month with the Royal and 
Ancient i tub of Britain In an 
effort to agree on a uniform 
set of rules. 


Oi,»tn bf t'i« e. 

atirlir.* Albion 
J Ayr Unll*.| 
Dunilr* tTnltrA 
i Nt John«»or.« 


point* each, two priints behind 
Everton with one game left for 
e.i. h of the three club*. 

Manchester City took a nega 
tive step toward promotion from 
the Second DKislon by drawing. 

00. at Sheffield United. That 

- off ‘ | IT 1 1 1 If 11 1 $$ 

by one point in the contest for;, 
w-con-l nla-s*. Manchester ha* a rW3 r¥3 • 

£ ', ':t „ lo IruimiHi i 

I.is-ds, Preslon North End. not I ■ 

-he -duliNl t<M.lay, la already a«- LONDON, April 2H -Reuters*, v 
Mirdd of first place and promo- —Two se-xmd half goal* by ren- , 

Don. I tre forward Jackie Milburn gave 

t 1 1 |->TK.U HELD SINKS Newcastle United a 24) decision 
It-, only drawing. 11. at South- today over Blackpool in the Eng t 
ampt-n. Chesterfield sank Into H*h Soccer t’up final before 
the Second Division relegation 100,000 fan* In Wembley Stadium. * 
zone irreparably. Grimsby Town, The King and Queen watched : 

Which managed to win M at the contest climax of Brttaln s i 
Swansea Town, already Is soccer season. I 

doomed. Milburn. the hero, was nearly H 

Rotherham, already assured of the goat. Time and again i 
the Third Division North rham- throughout a .scoreless first half 
pionahlp. won 2-0 at Lincoln City he was offside at crucial minutes. , 
to finish off the reason with a once putting the hall into the 
flourish. ] Blackpool net only to have the, 

Noli* ForeM capture- 1 the givnl called back because of off- 
Southern Section championship side. 

hv whitewashing Southend 30. TAINTED TAEEY 

Norwich City, losing 3-1 to Ip* Hla- kp-wd players thought he 
wtch. finished second, tlirre WJlg offside when he scored the 
potnt* behind. winner, fire minute* after the 

R ANGI.Rs DR l BRED lnterr.il. hut the linesman kept 

Hibernian, already the new his flag down. Mllbvint kept bor 
Scottish League champion*, rub »ng tn. and walked the ball past 
lied In their auperiority with a goalie George Vann. 

41 victory over Hangers, last There was nothing tainted In 
year * victor*. hla second goal one of the most 

In Division H," Queen of the brilliant ever seen on Wembley'* 

South won 20 at Forfar to tte historic turf. 

Stirling Albion for top spot. Both , Outside right Tom Walker cut 
club* will move into Division “A'* in frem the wing and centred to 
next year. ' Inside right Ernie Taylor, who 

Falkirk, beaten 111 at Airdrie. I found Milburn with a back her! 
and Cly de, beaten 14) by Celtic. , P*** 

* Buffered relegation from Division The move had not appeared 

ni •* dangerous for Milburn was 30 The Rex Layne-Kid Matthews 

yatds out and his path to thel fight may he stage'! in Seattle 
LONDON, April ?8 iReu'erjt* gos i bin< ked. But he let It noise Interest* fall to raise 

— ^RcsulLa of soccer matches fj y wilb a terrlfle ieft foot shot funds to guarantee the bout there, 
played In the United Kingdom 
today: 

ENGLISH LEAGUE 

MBHT DltlMOS 

bhtrltnn AlhlAtlt J MWdtAA*roufh • 

C»*rs» CAunir o. »*•««« t, 

eu.h»m i. cti*t*r* a. 

ManrXMtAT Unit** • BuS-lMiUtia 

T Vaoa» >t*Bd * WHt ' 

1 o’icr mm )*•»••»>»« I. *bAffi*.A 

W»nd»r*fA 1. 

WsRdvrtn 1 

StCOND DIVWION 

a.rn.’/y », CtW •. 

Xu:: Ciu i. Notts cmintf o 

vrm«t a c*»«ft cit? • 

T»»n t c*f«n»ry cur * _ 

a.„.!n«M tfnitea o. tunthw*- CU» • 


hurtled high into the 


The IDTrl world ski champion 
ship* will be held In Sweden. 


Arena Way, Back of The Boy 


"reserve clause,” asked the * .S. 
District Court In Cincinnati to 
grant a restraining order for the 
record*. 


BONDED BRAKES 
SO ROUND . . . 
SO SMOOTH . . . 


So they are . . . becaux bonded 
brakes ar* rivetlesa they give 
you more actual braking surface 
for greater safety. 


VIEW STREET OIRACE 


Edmonton Eskimo* will begin 
Spring training on May 13 and 
Fail training on July 1. 


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first, originally contested in 1872, 
w.v* stolen from a Birmingham 
shop Window, where it had been 
displayed tn 1895 and was never 
recovered. 

Ihe second wa* presented to 
the late Lord Klnnnrd In 1910 at 
the completion of his 21 years as 
president of ^he F A. 


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Spittal Leads Marksmen 


Major A. M. Taylor Spittal. Canadian Scottish Rcgimeni 
veteran 'marksman and member Into the third berth with a 91- 
of the 75th Regiment Rifle Aa- point tally made up of a neat 
sockatlon, outguessed a rapidly 49 at S00 yards and a 42 at the 
changing wind of medium 600 -yard mound, 
strength at both the 300 and scores follow: 

800-yard firing polnu to lead his 7am ac t has *.*)»*’ ■ aca - 
team Into the honors position at lis”-? T U.« -Tj 1 ' ‘ i cma” aa- 

Heals Rifle Range yesterday at- u n^c u - on. 

lernoon, s at« d**« w*rr*^> u-ja~ 

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Exeter defeated Southend 
United, l-O. f»» an Engllah 
league Third Division soccer 
game April II. erroneously 
reported by Reuters News 
Agency as being won by South- 
end, 5-1. 


SCHICK INJECTOR 

RAZOR i BLADES 


KUMl^r^ 


Senior “R" flv^mlle 

race 

was 

won by Gamble, vho 

beat 

Vic- 











fUilg (foUintal. V tctwna, i.C 
Suwdor, April 29. 1 9S I 


CoutH * )uck»*>. Cluck -nu 4 nau ‘ 

been aboard a horse on. but Jockey Long touched 

Heigh Count with bus whip )»'*t 
once —a ini it was Rclgh Count > 
hone rnce. lie won n by three 
lengths, 

A> (or ti e nuituri field, hacked 
down to second favorite in the 
betting — *il ten horses finished 
lie let Misstep out of the money. 

lead, holding Heigh m | c ».t prove one tiling worth 

Count well hack tn fifth place remembering in terms of Uil* 
ns the huikv fieid thinned out l9 ,i prrby that is now just a 
along the hack stretch. week away -the size ot tin* Held 

ONK STROKE may not mean loo much, t! and 

„ Ml*, it s a hie '•If- you have a stand* 


Reigh 

» Lang, had 

named Jo' k »n the 1927 Derby, 
jock had broken on top and led 
all the way into the stretch, only 
There was no betting against a t u fade and fimi-h third behind 
*lt like that In the 1928 Derby, w-j^kery and Osmond. 

> the big crowd played It smart. ‘ { decided to r» 

hey established Heigh Count R> "' V' " ' h - 

a a io ) favorite, then took the , “ c0 ** 

ten horses in the mutuel field and 
bet them as a lump apparently 
Ihe reckoning that safety lay in 
iing numbers. 

Inc Bv post time, the field was 


liant 194J Derby winner Count 
Of Fleet and his daughter. Countes 
>ur Time, p rod u it'd t lie’ 19lh Derby 
u,v victor, Gallahadion. 

IT.AV IT SMART 


At any rale. 26 horses were 
entered for the 1928 Derby 
iheM», 22 actually started. I 
were scratched shortly tx 
po> t time. 

The Derby favorite was a chest- 
nut colt named Rngh Count. 
Even though he had not made a 
i cording to Governor single start prior to the Derby 
like that year, he had hail a fine 


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B> I* AT ROBINSON 

V YORK, April 2b (INS A, 

The nice, ac „ 

Sampson of Kentucky, was 
a beautiful iK*em. aifepic. p 
ovjnc in sotting, in surruun 
and tn' •execution, but the 
Kentucky Derby did have Its non- 
poetic qualities. 

For one thing, ram had fallen 


I By PAT ROBINSON — ' . ^ 

KtW YORK. April 28 r INSi . — One of Uie moat popular heroes | 

Cl any college cur; pUf in the United State is an Auatialian. 

lie 1 ., John Marshall who Is without doubt the greatest swimmer , 

Ute world hM yet produced. J L;f # 4 ,.'! 

Up at Yale, where the 20-yeur-old Aussie ks a sophomore . 
majoring In economics, the admlr«ng undergraduates te!. you ? U,,i! j! 

proudly that "every time John » 

bath he seta a world Mri; do 


takes a 
record." 


And they arc not lar wrung 


Marshall set 14 new 


and on Derby Day. in t 


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the rare. . JVi 
mid afternoon, atremendous 
cloudburst drenched the thou- 
sands of spectators and turned 
the racing strip into watery mud. 

< ROWDED FIELD 
For another thing, tills was one 
/of the most crowded horse races 
of all time. It was the most popu- 
lated affair in the history of the 
Derby, hefore or since, although 
some experts contend the 77th 
Derby, to i>e run at the Downs 
next Saturday, may come close 
to the 1928 record. 


and this year he has aireauy 
established half a dozen new 
world marks. 

Yale does not bother to keep 
track of any A A U , sectional, 
state, collegiate or national 
records on John because the 
j phenomenal youngster ha* only 
I to take a mild work-out to topple 
such marks. 

This human fish has no 
favorite distance He holds all 
the records there are for free-style 
from 200 to 1 500 metres Bob 
. Kiphuth Yale's great swimming 
•coach, hits no worries about 
John he simply turns, hlni loose 
.nr.itwr vlrtorv for Yale and a new 


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THINK IT OVER 


. I HEAR THOSE L0W- 

W, PRESSURE super- 
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FOR MIL£AGE.vX)E. 


^ v 12 i * 

JOHN MARAHAII. 

In a pool and there— bingo— is 
record, of course. 

You might suppose that 1 
th* contrary, he is only five feet ten Inches ta 
120 pounds. 

lb* 1 a a natural In swimming Just as Babe r\ 
and. like Ruth, needed only * HI tie polishing 
wonder he 1* 

Me darted to swim when, he ‘Aa. 
shark -In tested waters of his native land 
him for. as any loyal Australian will tell you 

th * John^entered the Australian championship, wbm .“j*'] 
m r. old and promptly aet four national records That means 
something In a country where everybody 

There ts nothing graceful about his swimming *• Is ^ha 
ta known to the trade as a water-walloper. He Just bang* away 
with everything he has and he Is going just as fast at the end of 
a mile ns he was In the first hundred yards 

Mnr'hnn W rrmrlnhle *lrmirrm Orwe he aa* given som 
i physical testa at Illinois University and the medico* said 
Marshall had the lineal heart they had ever examine 

He is a soft-spoken kid with an Infectious grin and a solid 
Australian accent He also has a keen sense of humor After one 
victory, he quoted the old saying "I did It for God. for conn ry. 
and for YMe-but the country was Australia 

Unfortunately for us. he will represent Australia in the n*x, 
Olympics but meanwhile he will continue to rewrite the record 

book. ; ~ 


Ijifatu to Beavers 

PORTLAND. April 28 W.— 
Portland Beaver- amiouneed to- 
day the purchase of first base 
man Joe T-afuta, who played 
last year with New York Giants 
and Minneapolis, from Oakland. 

La fata i> exported to take over 
limn iltc slumping Mi- key Rocro 
and to solve the IkMverfc firsl* 
bav problem 


See us for GOOD/^VeAR t cushions 


!•«]*• *n4 Cl’.l 
Hub' Wh!i« e« 
Indian 
Kn« Whit* S'** 

«<1l • r ■ 


Car makers use. sod 
ihc public buys, more 
C«oudtesr Super- 
l ushions thin anv 
other low-pressure 

lire 


N It'.t.kl 

na« i 

J,i|lfy H'»v»V 
llllx Vkhl'k B'l* 

[•! Mm"? V»rA' 


only three years old m tne A „ 

Sharks never bothered 
John could outawlm 

* *rsse. «i fSlTKoJ 


PHONE: 


BALTIMORE. AprU 23 — 

Philadelphia PhiUlas have sent 
catcher Stan Lopata to Baltlmor* 
Orioles on option. 


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Ct BS OPTION M AI KO 

CHICAGO. April 28 OF-. Chi- 
cago Cubs today announced the 
optioning of outfielder Carmen 
Mauro tn their Springield farm 
club in the International la-ague, 
on 24-hour recall notice. 




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PANDORA AT QUADRA 




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Victoria, B.C., *«»., »• '♦** 


18 Ballu (Cotmitrt 


From Leaky Shed to Modern .Building 


lutr Colonist 


number will be moved to pre- 
deulgniited spot* in tin* new loca- , 
lion. 

All the reporter ha* to do is 
remember hi* number and In- * 
ha.-k on the Job again without a 
hitch. 

HKAW LOAD 

Big shttre of responsibility f<»i 
moving tha mechanical depart- 
ments, heavy end of. the load 
will taken by Frank Mack. 

Much ol the I brill in the new 
setup centres "n the monster 
new five unit Go*a pre** which 
can turn out a 48 page p.^per at 
the rate of 40000 an hour 

It will print the three editions 
of •ftie Colonist and two editions 
of The Times dally. 

Remainder of equipment and 
appointments In the building are 
on a par with the itandard set 
by the pre**. • Composing and 
! stereotype rooms are equipped 


list moves next 
gleaming new 
Ltittnln Circle, it 
inie it has been 
■ Hport blocks 
Mpm waterfront 
one Into being 


Times will continue their long-time rivalry unoer one mu. 

,aft in a hi git- s peed move believed to be unique in British 
Columbia newspaper annals. The Colonist and The Times 
will move 108 tons of equipment worth $600,000 from their 
present quarters to the almost completed Victoria Press Ltd 
two-storey building at 26111 Douglas Street 

\n go Utnd would •/•nimble the 
locked -up tabor of many work- 
ing hours. 

inierwtion six tons of type metal will be 
emptied from the pot" of *he 
big caillPK machine In The 
Colonist stereotype room. The 
lal ha* been continuously 
molten since it »u last cooled 
six month* ago. 

KNOCK OUT WALL 

"dollte*- brought by 
from the J M Gaunt* 
Inc., of Seattle, will 

... the heavy machine* 

through the composing room to , 
built to Jut over the 
Part of a wall and 
l will be knocked out to 
Old Lady of Broad make a passage, 
street. It will mirk the beginning Moving of 78 ton* of machln- 

ixzszrzzz S' *S£ .55 S 

ELrasfe zttt: raff -sis sst 

SUM TA< 1 1-AK MOV K '^’ L , |a!|k w| „ also be x tough 

There will be some misty eyes gne for tbe movers To get 
among Colonist old timers. Some machJnM out Intact they will 
of them have spent their entire punrh a bo |« j n the side of the 
working live* in the present nve . |tory building and move the 
plant. But attention will be ^pm^t on a ramp to the 
focused for Ihe time on the spec- roof of th(t Eaton’* store 
tacular transfer. pprmtsslon to do the Job thi* 

Moving crews are preparing to wriv been granted by W. 

tackle the big chore according to O1 | mouri general manager of 


piuM* r* s**v- 
nded through 
It irinidnifd 
nw it goes to 
fore'lpd wh- 
im crnlte of 


without missing an edition the 
two p«i |»*rs will transfer to the 
new Inc* i Ion near Victoria* 

lamoti* "Fountain 
next u nek-end. 

1)1.1,11 ATE >1 At II IN Kit V 
Moving crew# will lower mas* 

>ive a n<i delicate machinery three 
floor* from The C6lonists old 
red brick plant si Broad and View 
and five floor* from The Time* 
building at Broad and Fort 

The move will begin as com 
i posltor* are still setting type, and left Co 
continue a* the pres* roll* off the 
last edition of The Colonist to be 
printed In the old building. » ramp 

For The Daily Colonist the ***** 
move will write ".TO'* to a 92-year windows 
tenure as the < 


in Yules and 
i iii-d between 

„■ and next 
ni7 No one 
,1 fh r re per 


LONDON <crt.~The show went 
on at the Palladium Theatre here 
without the choma girl*. Three 
of the glrla had been •trlckee 
wltb chlrkenpox and the othaV 
13 were quarantined. 


TtaU l-ak? .h-d on Whorl Strwt, botweon » houM «nd a 
<* Tha Colonlat Ainor D . = . round* t 


KING’S LYNN. Norfolk. Enr 
land <CP>,_Thls town * ceremonial 
flags were pretty well worn, se 
the council sold them to take 
advantage of the present high 
price* for wool 


STEWART & HUDSON PRESENT 


boot office The hullo- j 
dltorlal room* have an 
from both Government 
,.y Streets.” 

ntme another move, but 
ii- same block on Gov* 
The paper told the pub- 
ild move Into the build- 
occupied by The News, 
r noted . “Tbe building 1* 
A .IV eligible and easy of 
i, ftp our present location 


"THE BLUEPRINTS KEPT ROLLING UP" 

If ynu are having .trouble with your building plan*, 
then come In and «ee us! We can give you a lot of 
practical suggestion* that will save you money and 
give you a more comfortable home. 

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* LUMBER * DRAIN TILE 

+ CEMENT * SEWER PIPE 

+ ROOFINGS * PAINT 

a INSULATION A TOOLS 

★ WALLBOARDS * HARDWARE 

Watch Our Cla»»tfled Ad Under Bud ling Materials ^ 


,ni*o .thle. The engine will made , 
u , j , ter of Preston. England, j 
| wl , imported expressly for 
»,v MaUhm.1 
qi. hnrds A Tve of thi* city. It 
A ,* t in ded In good order from 
fTrlerley Hitt and put up hy 
Mr. Joseph SomM of the A’hlon 
Foundry assisted bv Mr. Alex- j 
x oder Hendry To both of these 
gtittlemen we are under ohllga- 
tt.Tis Tbe public are Invited to 
Inspect the handsome piece of ( 
m;u hlnery ’* 

OWN Ht I J .DING 
Tn August of 1882. The Colonist 
for the first time started Its own 
hullilirtr I be Theatre Royal on , 
Government Street, where the, 
Hor i.tll Hobd 1* today, was. 

mnll- bed for the new structure. J 
„ * three dories, of stone and 
brick Tbe paper said It had a ( 
rn „,Hou, composing room, one, 

of the and beat ventilated 

on the Coast The new building I* I 
hired With a stettm and hydraulic 
elevator or Uft, heated through 
out bv steam, and lighted by 
elrrtrlcliy from top *« bottom. | 
The new building took nearly a 
v ,.,r to complete. Under rhe In* 
i. -ulni* heading, ‘The Art I re 
stive" Tbe Colonist told Its 
r _ «., rx . «Ye terdaV. Sir Alexan- 
... r r.mpbell visited the new 
0 r The Colonist — *nrt 

I* bv Mr. Higgins. Jhe 

r , ,,,rtclor Sir Alexan'ler flr*t 
rt icp 1 the h-tsement where, not 
ttw rllfflcultte* that | 
hive been ru.-ountrrwl In trans- , 
. ]t , I# ,\ ir rxtnnsive plant from 
ii o ,.td location, two mammoth 
are driven night and day 
L a powerful 20 hor-epower en- 
f (ne hull* bv the Albion Iron 
Work* expressly for ' Tftc Cn UmW. 

Sir Alexander expressed himself 
surprised a’ ’be complete and ex- 
leuslve i h.n rooter of tbe estab- 

tu.,mrnl and the perfection which 

*»,r. art appeared »o haN-e reached 


POT OF 
GOLD ? 
CONTEST j 


Commemorating 100 Years of Publication 
The Punch Centennial Issue . . . 


The Festival of Punch 


as Ltd building shown above will ho 
Colonist editorial department 1* on 
right. Joint mechanical 


i ,mm im a * a* D ei** 

TonTniaa o into n a n 
im rot or oold wita. 


f publication in lHal right up 
al Year in Britain . . . Punch 
n 228 pages (16 of them in 
t h fhe humour and cartoons 
i magazine famous. Re sure 


Service lo Continue Without Break 
When Colonist Moves lo New Home 


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FARMING t ilt IM 
Ont- third of the population 
0 f Denmark, whose anilrc P®£" 
Olstlon Is about 4 MO.QOO. de- 
pend* on agrlculturw. 





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sh»U be supported by strip* of 
sheet metal or metal lath set into 
the brickwork and nailed to the 
wooden beams. forming « booklet 
flexible joint between, or by simi- 
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woodwork with the Inner edge 
close to the chimney. 

No wooden studding, furring, 
lathing or plugging shall be 
| planed agulnst any chimney or in 


Sallii doltmial VictJ,i ‘' ,c - 5a “- April 29, 1951 


February 20, 


flooded sentence 

1950, and were required to post 
a 1W0 bond to keep the peace for 
one year. 

The prosecution was the result 
of a January 2X draw for a prize 
nt mi mitr.tm.Mlo at Vancouver’s 


Cluli Officials 


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from the chimney or the plaster- 
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sonry or on metal jn thing or on 
Incombustible tuning material. 
Wood furring strip*. pla<vd 
around rhlmnr}* t<. support base 
| or other trim, shall he Insulated 


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Chimneys shall be bull! upon 
concrete or masonry foundation 
properly proportioned to carry 
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Hv ALTON L. BLAKE8LEE 

Bf^HTON. April 38 «■». — Bow 
An you fill thn tH-ih of n Jittery 
kli.who flghta like a wlMrat 
•hour gelling Into the dentist'* 
ehatr? 

One answer at Children’s Hos- 
pital here 1* to put. them to 
jieep. In the hospital, under a 


gcnere) anaesthetic. The sleep 
Ing rebels have had up to 15 
fillings and two or three extrac- 
tions at one time, said Dr Paul 
K Loach, chief of the dental 
sendee. 

The child gets a clean, healthy 
mouth, and then la reconditioned 
to the dental ehalr and nbrmal 


methods of treatment by early, 
regular visits to his own dentist 
The first work after the sleep 
treatment Is only to clean the 
teeth, or polish the fillings, 
something th? children don't 
mind. They return at least every 
three months to catch decay or 
other troubles early. 


The sleep method Is for hos- 
pitals only, with a skilled 
anaesthetist giving the ether or 
other anaesthetic. Dr. Loach said. 
He has treated some 500 children 
this way In the last three years. 

• Actually, 1 don’t regard them 
as bad kids.” he said. "I think 
they Just have good defences" 


He means youngsters two and 
a half to four years and older. 
Children eight or nine years old 
usually can be reasoned with, he 
said. 

NEGLECTED 

Often youngsters have hadly 
neglected mouths, he said They 
, have fought too long, anii may 


b? In danger ol becoming 
neurotic about dentistry because 
they have been urged and 
enticed and browbeaten to be- 
have and be nice. 

In one hour the dentist ran do 
work that would frequently take 
eight to ten hours by the usual 
appointment method. Dr Losch 


*aid. This saves money, often 
enough to offset the cost of the 
hospital stay and the anaes- 
thesia. 

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hattan Island, New York, from 
1612 on and called the outpost 
"Fori Nassau'" In 1615 


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MAGAZINE SECTION 


d\p v roT.osrsT victoria, n c. Sunday, aprtl 39. jom 


erous 


Drivers 


Victorian Teams Up Wit 
These Mobile Stunt Men 

By RON BAIRD 


A i&YKAROLD Victorian 
makes a fair sired living by 
helping smash up cars. 

Actually Bill Oosterink is en- 
gaged in an occupation that call* 
for a lot more than just smash 
ing up cars. He's with Jok Chit- 
wood and his fumed outfit of dare- 
devil drivers, recently starred in 
the M-GM movie. "To Please a 
Lady/ 4 

TOt RKD STATES 

rtill started out with them last 
June and has loured mo*t of the 
Western States and provinces 
wilh the show.. 

He says that stunting with this 
outfit lakes a good bit of know 
how <w the stunter winds up in 
hospital. 

"I've had a couple <»f injuries 
myself bark injuries that put me 
in hospital for a time” said Bill. 

Bill stars In one of the top at 
tractions of thia thrill parked 
show lt*< a stunt called "dive 
Immlx'r." ennaistin* of driving a 
car at top speed off a ramp arul 
head first Into a "Junker ” 

"Junkers'* are second-hand cars 
that are bought up by Chitwood 


ONE OF 

a ro*np 
xi at si 


Ml TOUGHEST . .. 

top and into fh« t»p of 3 C 'Tv drive* B*it Oust <•**'> V 

*> in United States C’Ovh helmets and h*aw chain orourxl dmer 


•hiih CIOs .<* of CUT d»'»»ng of* 

hold’. racord with | | 2-f«ao* mo*t 
help prolcrf OQO<rt%f infunti in 


.vime oi tin* places they «ppear in 
Butte M»IH uia gave the •*•>- 
(he k**> to the city when they 
played there last Summer 

Along Willi the key went ,;e»m 
me cow hoy outfits. 

The payoff on one siunr would 
he a pretty good reu ir>l for any 


dtiver the man that can under 
take the most roll os ei - in a car 
gets a S2.IHIU bonus. 

Drivers keep their finders 
erosstsi pretty tightly hut Bill 
adds this: 

' A g«*Hl stunt man haivMy ever 
gets hurt 


tig feet fiiroiigh spats* to cio-sii 
into a ’’junker.” 

< IIAIM D DOWN 

A safety helmet and heavy 
chain, which holds him in place 
uvside the car. keeps ikwm the in 
jury count hut if the chain should 
get loose or he improperly eon 
nected there's nothing to ship 
the driver being propelled head 
first through the windshield. 

That’s exactly what happened 
to ..ne of the drivers with the 
show He was killed instantly. 

The ChitwtHxl drivers work on 
a five month season and put on 
their shows wherever Ihey can 
find a suitable race track. 

The public tarns the track at 
one show in Vancouver, they 
turned away mote than 2JkW> 
people. 

The drivers jie pretty hard on 
the '•Junkets'' during a show 
jhev went through 90 of them 
last August hut the cost U nearly 
nil 

"We can gel second hand cars, 
even up to a ’ll I’lwv. coupe for 
as ittile .is g 2f». Bill said. 

W Al l OK EIRE 

Roll over- head on collision*, 
drivin: a cat through a flaming 
wall of fire and other stunts take 
a heavy loll of available equip 
ment 

The hour* are long hut the pay 
Ls good. so t hat's why fellows Itke 
Bill Ou-terlrtk keep on going bark 
to the show every year. 

“You always know what’s going 
to happen on I lie track it's driv 
mg on the highways that s 
rough ” he said 

Rill drove 23.iO» miles off the 
tr.u ks Iasi >eason from one job 
to another 

They get royal treatment at 


BILL OOSTERINK 


as scrap and turned into i go* •*! 
deal more junk than they were •**. 
fore they were bought 

Bill hold* a record l*i r the “dive 
bomber” stunt he’s hurtled a car 


aw ARAIts 


O N January 16 of this year, the 
British European Alrwav* be 
gan an Inland air letter service 
similar to that run In 19.13 19W 
by the- International Airlines and 
a few other companies. These 
latter were regarded as unofficial 
stamps and not recognized by the 
Postal Department as postage 
stamp* They had therefore to 
he applied to the hack of the let 
ter only However, this set of 
three values. 6d. lid and I* 4d lo 
cover various rates, cannot he 
Ignored by the Postmaster Gen 
era! because B K A is State con 
trolled just like the G.PO. Great 
Britain therefore has its first 
recognized air mall stamps, which 
will undoubtedly find their legiti 
mate place In all standard cata 
log ties of postage stamps The 
stamps covrrr pre-payment of mall 
handled In at any H K.A airport 
and are flown speedily to the 
point nearest their ultimate desll 
nation, thereby dKlng mini 
hours They are printed by liar 
rtson A Sons. Ltd . the printer- 
of the present low value stamp* 
of Great Britain, and are pro 


stamps were not released for sale 
on April 2. a* previously an 
nounccd. due to shipping delay* 
No definite date is announced for 
their relea-e up to now The 3d 
value of the Union of South 
Africa has I wen redrawn and U 
now being primed from one cyfin 
der. It Ls easily distinguished 
from the former printing in that 
the frame of the stamp is con-id 
erably lighter and the house in 
the centre is much darker. Pie 
main difference is in the clouds 
in the background, which are 
quite clear in detail in the new 
printing. compared to . the 
“smudgy” effect on the old 
printing 


N IAGARA Falls, one of the 
great scenic wonders of the 
world are owned by Canada and 
the United States, and the Ni 
agard River forms the boundary 
between the two countries 
Actors this river. Just below the 
falls, the first suspension bridge 
in North America wa- built 
with the help of some boy* and 
their kite*. 

To build the bridge a company 
was formed consisting of Cana 
dian and American director*. be 
cause this wav to he an interna 
tional bridge 'Pie Canadian di 
rectors crossed the Niagara 
River in n row bout to reach the 
Eagle Tavern in Niagata Falls. 
N Y where the headquarter - 
were established. In the Winter 
Ut? block* in the river made such 
crossings dangerous. Yet at that 
time there was no other Conner 
lion between the Canadian and 
American shores 
To form some kind of canne 
tion the engineer in charge of the 
work announced a kiteflying 
competition. A small boy Homan 
Walsh, was the winner. His 
home made kite soared across the 
river, dragging a long taiThehlnd 
it. The tail was u*u*J f.» pull a 
rope and then the rope was at 
t.iched to a cable to twisted Iron 
strands and the first link hi* 


tween the two ronrifiu** was 
formed. 

Niagara was still far from Itav 
mg it- bridge, however, and in 
order to permit quick and easy 
crossings during construction, a 
basket chair was used. Two rock 
ing chairs were 'pushed together 
and using IhLs design a black- 
smith ma<ie an iron basket which 
was suspended from roller- The 
rollers traveled along the cable 
with the ha-ket hanging below'. 

The first time the basket 
started across the river it stuck 
hut after a short time it was able 
to continue. Many advent urou- 
people thought crossing Niagara 
in a basket was fun and so pas 
M*ngers were carried across ai 
*1 <»> a trip. Some day- as many 
as 125 people would cross, most 
of them women. Tins was so 
profitable an enterprise that the 
owner for a time wanted to stop 
construction on the bridge and 
just use the basket.*. His more 
practical Canadian and American 
directors, however, threatened to 
take action against him if he did 
not continue. 

' 

pended on the cable which wa- 
••riginally pul in place hy the aid 
of Homan Walsh's kite, is today 
kept in a museum in Buffalo 
New York. Spanning the river 
at Niagara Fall- i* one of the 
loveliest modem bridge- in the 
world a monument to an enei 
new'* idea and a young hoy - 
enthusiasm 


A rrul storm of protest ha- 
been evoked by cnlhs'lurv In the 
United State- over the announ«*e 
merit that only four commemora 
fives will lx* issued this year It 
will t«e remembered that In p.»|K 
no less than 3D conitnemorat tve- 
ma«le their appearance in the 
United States, which was ad 
unitedly too many But lour i- 
not considered enough, especially 
when the United State- is trying 
to raise revenue In every possible 
way The Philatelic Agen.y in 
Washington has been luu.lt up 
over a period of year- until n 
reached a peak of Mime $3,<tm)i*¥i 
fn»m collectors only And for 
this vast amount no quid pro quo 
Is rendrrrvi resulting in the fa<** 
that thla Ls the only branch of the 
postal service that shows an an 
nual profit In addition to ihL- 
annual S 5 .nnn.tRW -pent at the 
agency by collector* alone it is 
estimated that somewhere in the 
neighborhood of another S till Bin 
000 is contributed by iS'tleclor- 
alone to the various r**-i office- 
throughoul the I’niteit Slate- 1' 
is hard to un«J»*rsi tn«l why Mu- 
large source of ret en ue l- being 
overlooked by the United States 
at a time like this gud iximment 
on the subject i* brliy free y 
It is announced from Tonga expressed in philatelic journals 
that the Treaty of Friendship throughout the world. 


Austerity Diet 
Costs Dough 


Britain's austerity diet cost 
Miss K I lee n Gatward £*.'• in court 
Mls« Gatward was -tied by a 
tailor from the famous Savile 
R.iw for $utM the price of a 
double breasted -uit he mad** for 
her in l!MS He wa- swaninl Ss'* 
The tailor -del that when Mias 
Li at w a ni was measured for the 
costume -he was "big and 
buxom When 'he came to col 

lect the suit in Oct<*her 19 N 1 she 
was much -llmmer." 

Mbs Gatward denied that she 
had lo-t weight during the two 
years ami said that the suit vva* 
ill fitting and -hapeless 
Judge John Dale remarked: 
'One know- that one's figure 
goes up and Awn. according to 
i he Ministry of Food's Activities. 
i\pe never knows w hen one’s vest 
or cost Ls going to he tight or 

'•xise .* 


Canada Ls shortly to issue two 
new stamp* featuring former 
Prune Ministers. A .V stamp will 
depict William Lyon- Mackenzie 
King s»*ated at h»a -W*sk in Ot 
tawa He was IMnie Minister for 
21 years and died in 19N> A I 
cent stamp will he issued honor 
ing Sir Robert L Borden. Prime 
Minister from 1911 to 1920 He 
died m 1937. With the issue of 
tl*e>e two stamps, four of Can 
ada's ITime Ministers will have 
he«*ti so honored; the two previous 
ones being for Sir John A Mac 
A maid and Sir Wilfrid Laurier. 



VICTORIA. BC, SUNDAY. APRIL 29. 1951 


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MAGAZINE SECTION 


MAGAZINE SECTION 


O! .ON 1 ST. VICTORIA, BC 


Old Homes 


1 1 «» H\«ti in Victoria for j hum 
. r of ve ars befog* lib retirement 
ml there was this report* in Hi. 
'olonbt of November 27. 181 3 
Farewell Amongst tlve p*.*> 
er.gers by the Prince Alfred ye* 
errtay were T A. Grahame. « hu t 
actor of the Hudson’s Bay Com 
vnny who goes to London on 
justness connected with 'hat 
real ••nriwratlon. and 1 ho* 
•harles of thb City. As the 


sule, a broad |iiaaa running the 
full length. Opposite the ball L* 
a spacious dining room. the 
end opening Into a conservatory. 
In the rear are pantries. lobbies, 
vton-ruoitvs, a wing at tin* back 
containing kitchfn. *knllery and 
washroom*. The first floor is di 
vlded into sleeping rooms whk h 
..r*»n ••iti onto balconies, bath 


W HEN Mr. and Mr* Jame< 
Allan Graham de» ided to 
•me to Victoria to retire, the 
vast Work family, one of fabu- 
lous clans of early day Victoria, 
was naturally delighted. Mrs. 
Grnhame had been a Work 
And when the Grahame* de 
elded on pan of the Work estate 
.it Hillside for their new home 
there was even more ilelight l f 
would he splendid to have all the 
family together, in their own 
homes, but still on part of the 
huge property that John Work 
had from the earliest days. 

James Allan Graham*- had 
roamed the wilds of this conti- 
nent for year*, from Hudson Bay 
lo Fort Vancouver. He had risen 
high in the service of the Hud- 
son's Bay Company. He had 
earned his retirement. 

ON HILLSIDE 

His part of the Work estate 
was on Hillside Avenue. ju*t east 
< »f (.juadra. lie called it “Allan- 
• lale.” and the big new house 
caused a stir in Victoria. 


•it w.i*. another 'L*>ii iti 
r. 21 ".Tames A Graj 
i hr Hudson s liny Com 

I family arrived laM 
M ? i^nuunr will N 
cd a former enter 
•snirnt or ills province 
.i resident of Manitoba 
is seek Hie t*cnefi(s c 


By 

NATHANIEL GUBBINS 


in mi cm 

Mr. and Mrs. Grahame iu»d 
•.ears together at AHandale. the 
Hillside home There was a b 
garden and it was not loo 1 
from town, and nearly eve: 
(lay white bearded Mr Grahar 
walked into the nty io talk wi 
his cronies and observe the pai 
ng scene. It was the custom 
the time; a retired man. unk 
he lived too far out. was to 
eon on the city streets at son 
me of each day. 

And so there was great *©ra 
n Victoria when Mr Grain 
died, when he was 80 tears 
ige. in 1905 and Hie Color 
editorially commented: AVe i 
. hroniclir.g Unlay the death 
.tattles A Grahame. for years v* 
Known to rive citizens of Vi.-tn 
.ind more espec i ally to ihe ol 
cnei ;dion. lb* belong* to w 


H C. eh. nw 

Mts. JAMES A GRAHAM! 

there v*e«e rrvtny »'V'e‘ 

There was much that w.i> pw 
turesque and fas* mating abmn 
the lives of these men and If 'hoy- 
had left u* more rn the wav of 
reminiscences ab**ut their* h'c« 
and the country as it was ureter 
their rule, we would 'have the 
materials for a great hi*'**) .mil 
works of fiction as engrossing 

as tboae of Fnumorr t''*»er 
They were. IwrweviT. as .i rule 
prusaio men and not given to 
making memoirs and a< a •■on*e 
quence of their modesty mu 
deprived the historian of much 
that he would be glad to |" | vs"' 
There vva* a big Masonic fu 
ncral front St. John’s t’hun ah* 
the pallbearer* vv*-re well kr.«*wt 


It also means that me ro»*- 
uf Britain may open in a blt/zard 
which will drive American vis 
ilors out of the* country quicker 
than boiled cod and parsley sauce 
Brussels sprouts and English cof- 
fee. 

Frozen to the marrow and weak 
ened by flu. this unhappy breed 
will then search the shop*. 

warrn underclothing, whnh will 

be in short supply because of re 
armament. 

Alarmed at the de. lining Health 
of the population, and the In* read- 
ing cost of free medicine, tin- Gov- 
ernment will then switch <*''*** 
producing war material ha- k to 
making warm underclothing, ) [*» 
In time to fill the shop* on ihe 


a silly smile on their faces. 

Where have you been. Rover? 
Pa*don * 

You heard the first time. 

Did r 

Pull yourself together. Rover. 
Where have you wen’* 

.We' Out. 

I know that. Rover. But 
>> nerf ’ 

Where' Oc lots and lots and lots 
ci f pia»e*. 

With. whom. Rover? 

Um * 

Whom did you meet? 

Just e lot- of dog*. 

What kind of dogs* 

Big dogs httle dogs, ha try dogs, 
t putted doc*. But atl toll* dogs. 
•■■ind yo a Jolly ft*e dog*. 

Friend** *>f yours" 

Oo. rather All friends. All pal* 
Dear otd pals, foliy old P°* ** 

Pon t sing Rover. The neigh- 
bors will hear. 

Who caret about f*»e neighbouft 

I lin. 

Well. I don’t. 

Your disreuptable friends have 
not improved your manner*. 
Rover. . 

Yoare insulting mg f iend*. 

I shall say* what I like al*>ut 
them. 

Ovo no you uon f Vobody * going 
to insult my friends. Shall l teU 
v<« something' 

Yes. Hover. 

/ don't like you. 

Tlvat I! do. Hover. 

/ don't like i*n*. never did hue 
von. Pompous png- That s you 
Come along. Rover. Time for 
bed 

BR1N> M K\ El 

if the Government thinks it can 
compete with Old Moore Gubhins. 


the east of the fcrabame home, on 
a hill looking to the Hill* of 
Sooke and the Olympic Moun- 
tains Mrs. Roderick Hn lay son - 
home was on Bay Street. lu»tween 
what today are Douglas and 
liovernment. Mr*. W. F Tolmie 
was ai Cluverdale Farm J'i'' 
about a mile atvay There were 
other d«»ight*r«. f'"* living m 
Victoria: Mr* diaries Wallace 
Mrs. Charles * Jones ami Mrs. 
F. G. Prior And another da ugh 
•or. Mrs. EdwArd Huggins h vri * 
at Fort Nisquajly. but often came 
r i Victoria. 

James Allan Grahame w«*~ 
twice married His first wife wo* 
Susan Bimle. -daughter *<f a f*< 
mous HudaonV Bay man in the 
i iregon count rl. They were mat 
j led in 1*17 at V«rt George, at ihe 
mouth of the Columbia River 

Shortly after the birth of their 
Min. James Ogdon Grahame. 
named for Pftcr Skene Ogden. 
Mrs Grahame died, and Mr 


Many Victor** foiK got ««.. ■• - t 
paid )ob in year*. Certain of them *- M 
made more money than thev had I m 
ever made before, or would ever •- 

make afterward*. 

Movie-struck socialite* ami solid windy 
amateur actor* got their first 
rhame to flicker aero** the silver 
S 4 -een a* extra* ami hit player* „ gang of 
S..me matle major roles. black ht***l 

No wonder someone threw a Tbe Chii 
party. Bui the goings-on didn t %cr f e | t th 
suit Mr. Smith at all- people un 

Without benefit of his services, police sefa 

Commonwealth ground out two playing in 
pictures called "Girl of the G«*l- wa* one ol 
ilen West” ami ‘The Black R' he. contribute 
then went hankrupt wiih total Northern 
UahlUtles of $47,436 *4. Its suc« 

A new outfit called Northern ft c.dumi 
Films bought *»ut the two finished ground ov 
pictures for exhibition, hoping to *pee*l for 
raise enough capital to produce folded up. 
more picture*. B 

TKOt Hl.K BEG INK Holly wi 

“Black Robe" was a spooky tale inclwterl 
of Chinatown, starring, among Hayworth 
others. Jimmy Flavin and H» rr V Fellowe*. 
Hastings a* the crooked bds* of p,,, Cl yd 


looked «Sen she ocicd *n o 'v *Ctonc *eodc ‘.We 
IS veors oge 


JAMES ALLAN GRAHAME 

txt wo*Led to town eorh do* 

IN and gave nine cheers and 
;;nns of the bark tluuulered 
it the orthodox salute in 
.r **f ih<- departing chief.’’ 
London Mr. Grahame f 
pi! a new and important .*p 
itm< ill m ihe sersiye <*f rtw 
|gm> and he hurried back t«» 
in nrenare to leave ih»- s 


tk*n superintendent f'*r ihe movie 
c«»m|>anips. ran ^pfn many a yarn. 
He now lives in 'em! retirement 
at Cadboro Bay, with a pension 
fur injuries suffered when Oer 
iiki>n gun splinter* struck him 
during a gun te*t at a wartime 
shipyard. 

On*e the entire ic* luiical crew 
was arrested for working on a 
Sunday. 

When the company was on lo- 
cation at Youbou for Vengeance 
of the Forest." in the first week 
of July, they took along two bar 
tel* *>f l*eer. one for ihe Canadian 
July 1 holiday, the other for the 
American July ». 

They set a wealthy \ Ictoria 
citizen, a shareholder in the orig 
inal company, to guard the beer 
overnight. In the morning he had 
either drunk nr thrown away one 
whole barrel. 

BI KIAl GKO! Nil 
The boss came to Bert another 
day at 5 p.m. and demanded that 
he and his men Assemble a com 
pleie graveyard at Braver l-xke 
by 8 a m. next morning. They 
did it. and had the honor of -e«» 
tug their .own names on the 
phoney gravestones. 

When the studio *•»' moved 
fp.m **ne building In the \\ tllow* 
lo an*'ther. Mr. Norris *et five 
,-rews of carpenter* to work 
sound proofing an.l building sets 
on a Tuesday at noon. The Job 
was finished by Saturday. Dur 
ine that time Bert and hi* men 
had worked night and day. roll 
mg up in sound blankets to sleep. 

Not from Mr. N’orri*. but from 
another reliable source come* the 
report that famed actress Wendy 
B«.rTie was wry -wret in«ie.*i on 
a Victoria actor and would pr«*K 
ably have sponsor»*l him <*n a trip 
to Hollywood had tic been willing 


JAMES ALLAN GRAHAME 

the yardf we»e monned fo» H.rn 

The Coluntet nude mention of 
it July 23, 1887: “Contractor* 
were busy yesterday at Mr. J. 
Teagues offices estimating for 
tenders for hhe handsome r»*si 
dence that is to be erected for 
Mr. J. A- Grahame. ex-chlef »*<*m- 
YnLssioner of the Hudsons Bay 
Company, laving Hillside Av- 
enue. situated on an eminen*** 

• ommanding a fine view- of the 
city. 

The building will he of wood, 
two stories, with attic and stone 
foundation. The ground floor 
consist* of vestibule, reception 
and rear halls, at ihe end of the 
latter being a large fireplace. 
With window above, an old Eng 
lish idea and a very go<*l nr, 
the rear living separated from 
the outer hall by heavy curtain*. 

"The draw ing room and li- 
brary are connected by folding 
doors nnd look out **n the \vc«-t 


Heavy rain in August wjlniin 
the harvest. Nobody will have 
any money to spend on holiday*. 
Hotels and bars will hr half emp*> 
owing to higher hixation. Fhe 
national revenue will drop 

An Autumn budget wdll \* ««v 
siderevl to increase the .ailing 
revenue by even higher Income 
tax. This will depress wage earn- 
ers so much that they might as 
tonish employers by asking « 
less money- In which • ase 
revenue will fall even lower. 

In October and November the 

weather will « ,h< ‘ 

war hotter, rations shorter ami 

fuel cuts sharper. 

And nv on to a happv ‘hi* 

WHERE WE EAT 

"One question the census 
taker ha.* a*kc*l thousand* **f 
British householders •*- 

you eat in the klfhen 
' if the census taker calls a« The 
Sea Nest. Kentish family seat of 
I>*rd and l-ady Guhblt^and a*ks 
the head of the household this 
question hi* lordship, being a gen 
and a man of honor vvih 


jAMfS OGOIN 


okf-tlnver*: E. Crwy Baker li \ 
M. Mickmg. Angus McKeown. M 
W. North* ott. Thomax Shotl** 
and E B Raid. 

Mrs. Grahame liveil on an*. i hi 
VI year* and In 1919 she di«-*l I 
Allandalc leaving two daurMr 
mid a ?*jn Margan-t. who v ;** 
home- with her mt»«lier; Lili.J 
who had married her cousin R* 
,-riek Finlayson. Jr and H.oj 
M a (uie-ttme abk-rman -of ' 
to|ia. 

.lame* Ogden Grahame •-.ol 

to Vktorla to niife aft 

\i-ars in ihe Ra*l and built a bj 
|-mp on St tliailes Street o 
vouftl of R.a klaod He dle.1 1 •• 
,i \*rrv old man ••h»*tlt sever* v» | 


may ne '»s.ner oi e •*« 
brigade' of the Hudson - * 
Company, now nearly all de| 
«hI. and inehtding *ueh e*«ntei 
i. tries as Dr Tolmie Toseph 
l< a y. Rrmeri. k Finlayson A 
Aoder*on. John Work and «•' 

who came We«t about the * 

time an*l assisted In the y u 
work of fur trading and at 


Ice Cream Bar 
Back on Coast 


the world famous a*iruwK<rr. ... 
predicting disaster it will have to 
think again. 

The Economic Survey f»*r iJ:»i 
<.,>* that "in many ways our 
pnwtpecw are harsh and unplens 
ant.’* 

Old Moore Gubbtn*. who said 
niu* h ihe same thing In a New 
Year message to hi* readers, now 
say* that our prospect* will not 
only hr harsh and unpleasant, but 
aim* »*t unendurable m every pos- 
sible way. 

• • • 

^ginning on Budget Day, we 
entered a period of national m»s- 
erv umuiralk-led In our history. 

A* the wind was blowing from 
the north east on March 21. it will 
remain • according to O M.G.'s 
servatkm* over a number of 
war*) i ought} in that direction 


They brought bade the almost 
Inat art of paddling ue cream by 
Ivand. improved it by scientific 
refinements, and started a v\est 
roast craze for l*«h. > alone load- 
ed lee cfeam. 

Every swank eatery Including 
the night spot* along Sunset 
Strip like Clro's and B»*verl> Hill* 
establishments like Romanoff * 
.,>r\c Ice cream by tlte gallon 
and specialize in elaborate ice 
.-ream concoction*. 

Will Wright, exclusive supplier* 
,.f U-e cream to these top flight 
restaurant*, cater* cream that is 
25 per cent butterfat. It con- 
tains so little air that It weighs 
almost twice the weight of rrg 
uiar ice cream AlttHKigh ma<te 
in primitive French pots b> 
hand, sensitive control* devel- 
oped by Minneapolis Hone v well 
maintain exacting temperature* 
to insure uniform quality and 
flavor of the ice cream. 

Cream v specialties range txom 
Clro's "profit rvlle." an eclair 
filled with leff cream placed in 
a »leep freeze, then covered wlih 
chocolate sauce ami whipped 
. r^.n- before serving to "Straw- 


The family t* r»'r»e n*»* 
Allandalc is no more, b- 
i roniUe of early days In \ <■ 
iv complete without ihe Jam 
inn i. rah arne story. 


JOSEPHINE 


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An Early Start With Radish 


Experimental Farm Notes 

A Greenhouse on Wheels 


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By DEAN IIALI.IDAI 

F ORMERLY most home vegw 
* table gaoleners only grew the 
r«rty round varieties of radishes 
but belay tliere are many early 
type* to choose from, round, oval 
and long varieties 

Three good early varieties ire 
ihnwn In the accompanying Gar 
den -Graph Ka.-h one has proved 
| tar If to hr worth Including in a 
planting I is i 

Saxa illustrated, w one of the 
earliest of radiahe*. ll u ready 
l># pull in 16 to 20 <tay*. The color 
is a rn-h scarlet. the fle*h snow- 
white. crisp. juicy and nuld 
French Breakfast. also tllua 
Irate*!. » an early oval shaped 
variety and a favorite with every 
gardener who has tried It. It, t.io. 
ta scarlet in color with a pro- 
noun* ed whJt? tip It la ready k» 
poll In 23 days 

Also sliow n is Firecracker, 
which i* a not tier very early rad- 


By i'OKDON LIN0MAY SMITH 
<<jxTOTHING that grows 
IN should he thrown away " 
Thu. would he a mighty good 
motto for any gardener, or 
farmer, too. for that matter The 
man who dumps all the weed* 
and cut grass into the garbage 
patl is actually tossing away his 
v*l All garden refuse, weeds 
grass dippings, leaves, etc . wiM 
rut down into excellent soil, and 
so will a lot of other things if 
we .-ive them a little encourage 
mem 

I'-malty a corner of the garden 
xcreenM with shrubbery or some 
thing else and away from ttie 
h«m*e Is selected for this sod- 
making buxine**. ft Ls techni 
rally known as compost tng. amt 
fhe material a compost heap. 
Simply select a (airly wet! 
grained spot and here dump the 
leave*, weeds, grass and what- 
ever u collected. Over this we 
sprinkle a layer of earth and the 
protvss ta repented each time we 
s-ld some refuse If available 
add ~>rne manure and possibly 
a little lime and commercial fer 
ttlirer It's a c>«hI plan to soak 
this pile occasionally with water 
and also turn it over once or 
twhf to assist decomposition. la 
a few months this pile will break 
-fciwn into (lift class, rich garden 
wwl The i*owss t -an be hastened 
bv using some of the varvwaa 
patent chemical* on the market 
THE RIG THKEE 
Most flowers and vegeUhhw 
fall Into three mam clas.se* — 
hards semi hardy and teivler (a 
planting we should bear in mind 
that the first group are not afraid 
of frost, the second can take a 
little but they don't like U. the 
third will be killed Just as sure 
aa tonmmiw if the mercury (alia 
below 32 degree*. 

In the first category come 
flower* and vegetable* that under 
normal cundiiHMia would eel 
tftemselve* These are thing* 
like Alyssum cosiuo* poppies 
an- 1 scores of other flower* They 
are ail specially listed as hardy 
In snv good Canadian seed c*ta 
'vuc «nd are similarly described 


jUi It ta ready to »at « >2 idj* 
U <a a distinct type km* and 
slender ind vivid scarlet In eolor 
Although very early it rematw* 
-risp and tervler minds longer 
than many early sorts 

Cherry Belt the all Amec*. * 
bexinre me-UW radish of 1*19. * 
round and red s* » cherry It raw 
be sown for several crop* before 
hot weather come* bring *< it* 
beat when nights begin to warm 
up 

Other early favorite* among 
(he Spring radivho* are Early 
Round. nark Red and Vicki 
Scarlet Red Comet, also an all 

Amenta winner, a a choice wrif 
variety 

Radi s< w> are not particular ** 
to ootl Tliey gr»w better, how 
ever, with the s'kltthm of a quark 
acting ferttlirec To be of .moI 
quality radishes min' be grown 
quickly See«t* can be *>wn wH 
of doors from April m Sepw*u 
ber. 


on the w«ed packet Arnoog vega 
tables <*iB be lettuce spin*. -tv 
carrot*, parsnip* and. >f s»ur*a 
^afsken |>eas 

SECOND (iBOi r 

la the -esNtnd group (here a a 
great variety of flower* It i* 
at this time. when danger of sen 
oua frost has passed that we get 
the first of started plants rrxn* 
planted outside things like pe 
t uni ns tinnla*. etc In the vwge 
table line. bean*, (tie first com 
and potatoes, the main planting 
of beet'i rarmta. etc will ?o m 
at tliia prnol 

For the tcn<ler group vmI v. 
well ts -nr must be warm before 
these g.» o«|t.s*te Of course with 
seed and bulb*, winch will not be 
pushing through the surface for 
a few itay*. one can g.smhke a 
little, but a* a rule with the tew 
der group there is nothing k> be 
gained by rushing In ahead of 
time unless special protection i* 
provuied vueh a* glass or paper 
■'•p* Among tl»e very teielei 
flosver* are nnnu gfadioli iai< 
Uaa arvi any othe* very soft 
fleafiy stemmed plants The mH 
-mm and squashes come m th*» 
group sod w do i-tit umivn ;»ep- 
peea and pumpkms 


S TRONtiKK. healthier daryxsu 
ttieniums ***» be grown trow* 
rooted cutunga than trow* itre* 
uon of their -*•* clump* IX.* 
result lug plants will ;iw *i<w** 
luauriont bl.iom 

The time to make anting* « 
when the stoma are f< *or a> *ta 
Aches long Take cutting* b.d»>w 
a jomi uikl remme rtw wsi lows* 
Imvm 

PWtti cuttuig-s .n flower ;**ta .w 
flat* ami keep o % csxd l«*r 
m-su In ab< HJ< three ■••■eh- new 
avwik will be laukvsl TM> 
iivnuu liat he cutting* are w**H 
rooted 

IT the weather * warm, rwm-s 
time can be ttusi if *i.h csitting 
•a transplanted at *hts time into 
a small >>i »f g*»>v| v»ll r V) sot 


O IJVE Procter repiiru* n Min- 
Grower for June I95d 

about an A) r !t»» greenhouse >n 
wheefcv being ..wn»vl b> a C 
/weuloot in BfdlunWiin- Th** 
idea we '»elieve may be a mattei 
of interest to certain individual* 
in rtiw par* of Canada -siring** 
u it may nvni the article point* 
out that one of (he problem* w 
to ikhule wliat to grow in such 
a house The point m. of course 
to deovle what crops best ien*l 
(hemaeive* to this »ori ol green 
house rotation in thts ca<t the 
owner started off with tomato** 
anti moved on to it»e chry-ambe 
niuniA Krvnn then on to Tali* 
man. Rowelandia and Richmond 
root's which had Juki firushe-i m 
early June when tlie structure 
wa a »>eing et.inuiwl by » 'r-etp 
of 70 interested xpeei.ii »rs 
KOI I, INI'. UANtl 
Following the roses the muse 
woa rolled over to cover a plant 
ing of gladiolus In i short while 
it was to be hark over tom.ito*^ 
which would mean the gn**n 
house ha*l been usetl to help ?ir i 
duce four crops a year I* all 
vhih-Ls very simple ami yet 
there's more than firsi meets Ilk* 
eye' First requirement ls j »•»! 
engineering job on the frame 
work of the structure Failure 
to comply in thi* regard may 
mean difficulties ami much 
broken glas* when moving For 
instance if ll in not kepi ibso 
lutely square when being nove»i 
“much glass is bound to be 
broken if nothing worse An 
other imp'artant cotvshler iti-m i» 
to have the site as level -a* m»s 
aihle 

l.r.VKI. TO START 

Properly level to start with 
makes moving the Oh ion mpk 
ture relatively exsy with » hefty 
winch A slight slope Could 
easily double ilie pull .%■» well i-> 
making the problem of keeping 
the ends square tnd rigid uv*re 
difficult Ordinary tyi»e green 
houses which are glaiscrd In with 
putty and whiih are relmvei- 
perm inent iJ*i not lend them 
selvs*s to moving .ls '<*o much 
glass would t»e broken 
In Mr. /w«H>ioot * greenhouse 
the light* ire kn-iwn t* Ibju-ii 
lights, and ;iv vuclt a gmal deal 
of glass movemen* l> .illospt 
hence breakages ire practically 
nil To help reilure Meat loss in 
lerloeking types of Ughut in* 
•lerifiel The heating system 
tSUVSUlis of S pon.lble tkHl.M 
mourned on wheels The boiler 
ls ronne-ded to four inch hoi 
water pijies J*Mtig just under (he 
guit*»rs All pijw |"inb! ire ex 
patislon type Another feature 
about thts moveable greeiUvnise 
tv that the h..us»» ls mounted on 
rails which run over wheels 
which are stationary n*e wheel- 
in turn are mount ed in ernnent 
bkicka It takes ib->'P thre** 
quarters of an hour to move the 
house to a new posit >on Total 
cost of m.xteiials muirti of whirl' 


-et the young plant Ml into ‘be 
garkm until the ro<><* (ill tie* 
Utile pot 

If you aun far bu-h> "mum* 
wuh many bio* Kit* ilMtead of 
-pindly one- with few fU»wers 
report to -Summer pruning When 
the plant.* have thn>‘ or foul 
pair* of lejves pmt-li **a*k the 
growing tip jV- result, five u 
-ox sltk* shoot* will level >o 
When these in turn are live »» 
*ux indies long. tlv»y should 
-.ittkiMsl Uvk to encouuge fwr 
(her bram lung 

Early * flowering i %i tetie* 
-Mould not be pinched ba.-k h.iw 
.*ver after the mkktw* »( Jyiv 
l»ite fbiwenng kimts should me 
*e pinched b.v.-k after die aarly 
j»art »f \ugu«t 


wo* e-yuul hin>i r»w» * if*. * *• 

tl •!*) 

t ERTIFIKO PI.APTP* 

A list has tieen rbieoaed »f 
vir,iwl«err> growers who Mare 
ertlfie*! plant* for sale fbi» 
mean> (hat plant* received ,n 
-t^tion during the .Tin gr*>wing 
^eavin and again in early spring 
•ml hive been found »o be free 
from disease well grown and vig 
iron* In more case* *r*»wers 
warn a slightly higher pnre fov 
rertifH plmt* to oni|k*n**te 
them for the vldltional care and 
trouble require*! but on the othei 
band the buyer can »r*lex and 
plant with greater confi-leivv in 
hia plan** This inspection serv 
tre is rnrrte>l out under the dnvc 
non of W R Foster Provincial 
Pjrhologist ind ihe nitnes >f 
certlfted growers will »e *ur 
ntshe*1 m request 


S PRIN'. ^lylitig and stuping <)( 
he-iges is all inqairtant but 
'tie fr*s|ueiuy with which \ heihje 
should (n* pruned during the 
trowing season depends upm 
(he ty|*e of ln-|ge ami we.ittiet 
is»n-Jiti.His Privet hedges m?e«t 
n> pe trimmed sever at lime* each 
leoaon On (he other band. J»|*« 
•ie*e b«r*>erry need* very Uttte 
cutting 

When tie* lop »f 'he be«lge s 
left wkler than the hoiiom tb** 
■untight does not reach (be lower 
part of 1* and, as a result It t» 
usually bare of foliage 

When a hedge is trimmed ;t» 
the cone *hai*e tlie sloiwug -hV»> 
permit sunlight »o reach the !«»w 

est branches This ciuv* the 
shrub to pul for*h thick bealtby 
foliage \ heihte -hat ji 'one 
shaiHrl aLso sbeds ure* 


n Jk i >4 III pie matter to provide 
a nursery be*i for .tartmg pionu 
of Brvre'Ls sprouts, sale. >*vuys. 
late cabbage and cauh flower 
Spring cauliflower ami sprouting 
orocoih A rather light aotl rela 
lively low in fcrtlUty la trcom 
memied because tlie piano* ten.i 
to grow m*»re alowlv ami are 
thu* hanlier and more ea/uly 
moved to their permanent quar 
ter* in the middle of the Summer 
ImpoverLsIied soils should he ree 
tili/eil with a light dressing of » 
jutrogenoua fenilizer to promote 
sufficient growth Seed* should 
be sown fairly thinly in rows 
i|>proxtmately nine inches to » 
fu.»t apart, where they should 
develop into husky planta to* 
iransplanting without further at 
rent! on to thinning or the new* 
■uty of »n interme-lute more 


easily and thua Wseua Wmim 
•’jury 

If a hedge ha* ''»ee«i severely 
Winter killed, or i* weak and 
straggly for any reason, it must 
lie prune«l severely It sliould be 
cut tuck to the live wood Some 
rune* it « even necessary (or iu 
own good to cut It back to within 
a few inches of the ground. M*>at 
privet hedges will respond 
quickly to this drastic treatm|r>t 
if given an abundance of watet 
iml ferttlizer, 

Hedges of deciduous stiruhs 
need partK-oilar aitentum in (tv 
Spnng It is geiK'rally a goo>i 
plan before growth starts b» 

The hedge hack to a little lew* 
than the height desired Then, 
ifter the new growth ta w*dl 
starte.1 (rim it hack again to e« 
courage it to fill out at the side*- 
and to 'ontrol growth that u« t*>» 
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Save Weeds, Other Refuse 
For Soil-making Business 


Stronger Mums From Cuttings 


Spring Styling of Hedges 



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A lot ol people are having fun 
it my expense because I Mace a 
>ig garden underway thi* veat 
They may be smiling <M Ik.- 
•(her *»<*e of the vegetable plat 
if when (he work's all done thu- 
Esll 

With food eoau going up the 
w«y they are anybody who even 
knows s man with a vegetable 
,'anleii baa a deposit in the hank 
watch how you tread on mv 
ireum jard»'« 

ALL THI MBS 

Krer 'in-'e T started (he garden 
»ni»»rpri*e I've Iteen hearing a 
•it shout thin green thumb btre 
ie*N 

A* far vn that gn<* I’m pr»c 
'iimlly all thumbs Some of them 
ire tiootid to be green. 

S«*n»e of the yukx are oonnm- 
fmni people who ftnd amuse 
nent in the f»n I am trying a* 
ret a little variety into the gar 
ten menu 

Of course Tre got bean* *tvi 
wan a. -*>rn and spinach and all 
dun utiff but I'll admit I may 
have gone a little beyond the call 
if ganlening duty. 

pers.Mi.illy I «*e nothing ou* 
*f the way al»-»ut having a bed 
►f >ysier plant In the backyard 
MOKE DREAMS 
Ax far a* the chicory goea i T* 
i.»t true I'm planning on drying 
the root* and grinding them hir 
-uffee thu Fall. 

Actually Tve got Winter salao 
n mind 

The instruction* on the pack 
»ge make it clear you bring the 
dneory roots into the basement 
n the Fall and plant them m 
.and Thereupon they spnout 
•*ave* Whit loo La the package 
'ailed 'hem. I believe. 

Some of these critics probably 
•ever even heard of Whttloof. 
Anyway if you’re not supposed 


Tips for 
Teens 

By IM.I.NOK Wil l JAMN 

1‘rnui tune ia t.MiUug u(i-Mf 
«»ilk U oo«te* a floek of letie«« 
fniik high ackool girl* with prom 
pnAk'iju. 

To invifr a boy or no* k# oae 
itf the o 4g. perpL'iiag queNhm* 
(hot tniumi in man> a III f W* round 
bend ai thsa time of par. 

Pan* ml. it's a fine thin* to invtta 
a boy — under o-r (ala r.mdiliocw 
If you wp reasofialiiy rertala that 
you'll tie invited, nut aa Urn* as 
poxathie for that wonderful, cor 
HN Invkaltnat If you’re reason 
ably -aire of not being Invited. IPs 
up to# yon in make some plans 
••f y-ikir own to yon won’t miss the 
fnn- One good reas#*a for going 
to the lance U to be seen there, 
so future tnvKatton* wilt be more 
likely to come your way. 

If yonr* ia a rlrl** school or aa 
all girls' Huh, ask any Imy yon 
like. at *. mm ipi weeks la advance 
of the Mg dale Re sore to men 
tna that yon were wondering H 
He'd be “yonr guest “ —those two 
words. >wr guest." are impor 
tanl because th»*y |e|l him hryimd 
a doubt that you’re providing tlie 
tickets. Other expenses are up to 
Him. ih.Migk y..n can make ar 
rangement* for transportation to 
•nd friuw the dance, if M’s inipos 
-ibte for him to do It. 

If it’s a dance at a co-ed school, 
•km t invite a boy who goes to the 
w bool — Ini tt<s mi front ouiside t( 
c#,*.! M-levtU. boy-, do the asking, 
and if yon invite a h«iy in the 
M-h-ed U’x a plain adml-slon that 
yi#n haven’t He* asked. So h 
vite a hoy who goea |o another 
m l».*«»l — a friend or relative of a 
friend. If necessary And bare 



RANCH. V GOIMC* 'O on ^o*oc.w .-coo raw nev McKmiry •* «ktv««g 

rrtWcs srHo Ore* s* goa l ajoccssbjhy twvi a regetobie yotdre Mr 
rwslt «o -mo public bjMv tWc-wod om rbs progiew o4 vrgrtoiiie c/-x» 
Vjaot-sjr QWdmar %*. i.mw a •■vaoosnag <oog. Sot Summrt -.ok 
o^Mfiyk ijw «o w*r MCtvofd M.>a Imr 


i*> gym <U» sUNi wtif me 'Amt 

see«ta for snUf 

jo far it luion t i»m ^*ay »m»d 
von. 

THK START 

fugging tht gar»len for » 
•lance Alter one day ol llu* »»tk 
of llung luring wtuck I d»- 
vrtepci * bad sprain in my back 
tn«l tunie.1 over five square ire* 
of earth I gave up and called in 
a man with > mechane-al *uK» 
VBfedf 

Fur Jb v* tnrooi 'tw /sei nw» 
a heck of a mesa 

THI*; SIMM 

After that »H I had o to waa 
pick tap itonea and d».*ks uvl as* 


year * [ur*iM|M». du a Uttte rskimr 
and »urk m liw seeds »nd bwL 
ling plants. 

I'm going lo remain bent irer 
n wtU VMD be time » ainrs 
weeding, anyway. 

In about ten day* now accord- 
ing to my calculations, the oy*U*r 
;4ant. chicory, watermelona. pep 
;>era and all the common vege 
tauten are due to come tiursting 
through the ground in a grand 
overture to the Summer ym 
;»bony 

I aim to he ritjlK up w the fir* 
trowel seettok 

Now I suppise the gallery w#B 
tsogh itself silly 


Just a Little Get-Together 
To Get Away From Wifie 


Hf bob *rm 

-rlllf uag l»arty u m rid m 
1 >tituuoii. i* au»u«utiuiw go 
Women have olteo wiKi<k»red why 
i irti choose » >tM*t tl#em*eh#eat 
up m a nxm with nothing .** 
ttiemaeivea tor oimpohy 

This Jt a *ood queauoa •kwh 
'tewvN in answer 

I'erhap* tha guy us juN ry«k 
to get away from a nagging w*w 
or rdaybe lie think* he will *nafc** 
-ome go od oontacm. vfl >f «d#t 
ia false reasoning 

In the fink pUo* xHiung ran 
bring an acuta nag -feat u qinctdr 
aa a stag party —from the mtnure 
it ta first mentioned M home «n<B 
three week.* after H m (»*At 

ieron-lly, the illegal omumm 
one ta likely tn meet u a stag 
slvxr are jutle likely *n be nutre 
than a little “urvier The infhie»vW 
and If tliey remember you a* «tl 
it 14 is "a T«y I *< » da* 
party " 

NOT HOME OOOKflD 

The 4tJg deal usually vi*ut.v 
with a meal The f»>d a over 
fiedubl. iim! more likely o*>« hot 
rokl Tin* fall* to daun* die 
vpirli* of tlie boy* however a»ei 
Uu'f tell each Ollier how fine rtu* 
salad tasies. cvQ|t though * i* • 
rather tired ens*unble >1 ciirr-e 
(rand' iertuce and i retirel ’•*•1 
tsh -ir iw<j 

Tlie entree almost always «»LI 
cuoAea m fur it.* Uiafr »f pr#ea; 
-iesftile Uie jioiMUS fact thiol it * 
eitlvT overcriep -m had ittW* 

,-s.rh.w i with kitctieri leaf 

As the tvivs Ji<? into heir ies 
wrt melted me ■cum ir k-fls»e.| 


,wa - a riiKxjua voice vounus ilw 
-iiog party wan-ry ’on with the 
•how” or a lienny ' bring on (he 

^uia." 

The entertainment qinimm* W « 
inneer or two. or mayhe mnm 

Hft.HI.M.IITH 

Rn sparkiuig luglilights of the 
evetiiug of course are tin* sleepy 
- um apaachea which accompany 
Use dinner Tlieni* are always pre 
reded with “I know you didn’t 
skim 9o listen to a spiss-h I II 
;m brief By tlie way. I just hap 
pened to remember a story . . 

Tha* is followed by an over 
worked tab*, and then curie-, the 
naan eveoc followed,. i»y otlvu 
item rventera arvl their tales io*l 
•fmrt up H c hw 

FUNNY MEN 

Sometime during Uie evening * 

‘ joke session" gets un<ler way 
with each partygoer trying h> 
-utdo hi* fellows with "funnies 

This is a bore You have to lie 
:#m to Mr Big'-* jokes although 
•hey hre about as fredi aa week 
old lettuce on a hot aide-walk 
Jj»en whim you tell one. Mr Rig 
merely looks wise Thu meins hi 
the careful observer that Mr fl 
lust didn’t gei ihe punt but the 
res* of the crowd is firmly erm 
vinced be is thinking deeply iK>u* 
>.*tTieihing 

He ls Hi* ulrer. which flarel 
• ip su>l<k'nly «(h the increased in 

ike of grog 

Tlie party then proceed* to i 
fast anti-climax with -ill the lad* 
’stherel areurvf 'he piano mak 
-m* dissonance* of perfectly ^-mmI 
tonga 


Irrom 

Loft 

J 

S OME import an* la- 
borne m mind by 
will be hearing 1 
Ninth Symphony lot 
time tomorrow event 
Arena. Ftn*t of all d 
to "like - ihe work a 
We all are prone to r 
we ' know wha< we 
what is really implied 
like what we know 
.va* bruodaig over 
(>dr to Joy for nearl 
before lie began the a 
this symphony he ha 
11 years go by uov 
symphony was com| 
if there ia owe Ihl 
about a creative tak 
hia, H is That hi* mti 
•Jlc all there year* 
if it t->ok Beethoven 
crystalliae hw i«k‘as 
ilu? ranked, presump 
(•art of any ltstem 
former to expect Uu 
performanee here m 
he sufficient to affor 
(unity bo juitge the i 
»*>1y wftl tell you 
take 9 number of ye 
to uiuk'rstand it, but 
to be made sometm 
tha* a firm perhtrina 
given it may well hi 
rej***at it once a yeai 
tea year*, the work i 
grvw in our minds u 
stand it as wei as 
perennials auNi ,\a ’" 
• * • 
To ptirsu* thi* i'h 
mg thoroughly aoqi 
works before JudgW 
'iiany of you esn < 
the emotions which * 
wlwm you first caui 
thr R.K*ky MounU 
wm awe. mmJ wo* 
{n>w erf «il and vaiu<>«< 
hum m insigmf»*-ano 
-io« ? And th**n p* 
years later, after i 
recrus-vuig several til 
time having a rerun- 
!e«*hngs, you wenl 
Ja.sp**r ind le*g-»n U 
a longer period 
v»ju want u> go agsi 
to c-Ki»r is it were 
Nature m her g! 
vastest <ViMgi»s So 
.:rea* w.»rk of u 
SliAk*Mi»e»rtNM« pi« 
Gothe- rallwvirit, »r 
symphony 

• • 

Secondly y«»u mu- 
work a* a prufesa 
C<Mikl you. a fie* 
separation fr*K*i rti 
fellow men a*vl you 
i for ilus is whn 
suffered in hia <les 
"Bruder. uhcr'm 
muss .un lietwr^Vf 
i Brother* beymd 
'pliere tliere mua» 
a loving Father), 
of Schiller bramfc 
ihoven's conv itwisn 
the years of his v 
enshrined in the te 
the Choral finaw* 

preceding ihe duo 
dogma, time and • 
•dm pie. pers*»nal 
limtherluHid of m 
FalhirluMd ol G<d 
# • 

[justly, re* olle* 1 
first perl'irmance i 
• »f i new work nr 

*1 s lew plan* I 


f graham steed 


tthoven » 

ihe first 
( in the 
l't expect 
m on e * 


1 ' 

(ha* we 


SohilVr s 
30 v«ar* 


•a* neari) 


g ret tau* 

it such a* 

i waa^not 

Tlieref'ire iu#a*lvai»ti*ges •*< sitjeus 
to long to strain •« the performers It • 

t* wiM in* vot s very creditable |r**n«H-ti.»a 

JOS -an tt*e m x city (hi* use that kre cannot 

or {*re ’ fWd a stronger slide' id 
t tha* first choristers for performance* >f 
itHona will work* hke this with nearly » 
mi »P(xm mxxv of chutvhe* all supporting 
ork. Any choir*, vune large. s.»Jne small. 
U 9 t rt will there can be no lack *jf singer*. 

to l#egin hut I mu sure that in the secu.w 
i osart dre field they «li*Mip*ie th*|ir elforla 

• .ind m s mulOtude of Wuja worthy 

«• is to be causes, moatly unprof liable hub 

tva< if *re qrasiesUy and finan.dally li ne- 

for five yr ever, there are signs Hat better 
idl beg hi to thing* may lie ex|>e» i«4t and th* 
li we under witter will not ceare to 
ttuir baeiy for » city chorus able tj> vlfud ip 
lleosinh" oa s worthy partnei »i he 

symphony oreheste* 

t rjf becom « • • I 

iinlsd *Mh In the form of .i| “cun am 
them. Ihwv aiver’’ f<»r tiie laige work iherr 
ill to mind will be a rendition of i»aii <d 
ere aroused MemkMuwhn * Hymn of Praise. 
L sight of which nany of you |»••ar•i Ins* 
|w»? Tliere year in the Cathc-irJl amt i*y 
'ler, .mu a way of a musical trilrite to the 
i feeling of memory of il»e late Mr S J l>. 

wa* jihu-** ■ l.t- k, • ■ i •- ■ ( . if»n| Mo&ul’s 
■haps some Requiem «he ‘I^rbryhiosa” will 
nLso tie presented hv Hie cm» 
ro-.-.mg i*’- imihuI ctuinM snd ordutitra 

U*s ;*iid ea- n 

nee of l.here ^ 

In Banff -w r* J J I * 

- ' I raps explain 

Afterwar’l* ■ * 

^ Atom Action 

indeat xtvl 

™ „ *>.h , ,J T ,■*! 

mure trs|i* 193 nilM**r hoiiln 
* stopper* and a wire pge to e* 

* grew* putn amrmc ch.nn react ion* 
l» Bgrtlioven hi* vrudenta »i the Uiiiversity *f 
Idaho 

Hie young teacher {explained 
| r«p*x h#e hia system hi * rt-^m visit in Hut 

HI of faith father Hr Samuel M Mayfield. 

0 years of chairman of the pe n raphy and 

geology dejiartmeut Li B*»w|ing 
f* ' -V Green Slate University 

1 life* work younget Mavfleld l#oi*s 

Beethoven each trap with two rubber st-»p- 
|.ic-»s» write Iier* ind {»!*'*»* the cnL’c over -lie 

Lstememrit whnU * wnrk * 

Then tie •ifop* Iim lone remain 

• r * »i*ien Ir)( , . #| •{ rev all lie tneger *f *n* 

thu starry „, p 

• un?Jy dw«*il r>r Mayfield \ayn 

i hew W(#r<i* ‘The HtopjHfTS restfne »n ’be 
ll in*o Bee ,iw of (he trap Jre thrown 
Ua ,:ift«f ail igalnst the wall nf tl»H cage fhey 
niggle* are bounce ••* the triggers nl 'ei 

Ural part O* -Mher traps relraslncj fnui -h»p 
lmme*ii.ttely [**n* Which are rap«hl • .f M»r»nq- 
le theology, ire four traps. 

Lore by hi* TV trtlon expands rgii'lh- 
Lith in ihe VVHliin Mins* or four •••on I* i*»» 

[n ind *t#e ! ill' c wilii lei'ln "U’ ' l ‘»P 

pRrv All l»e tnij* are »Ha- 
<*liari»**d ** 

(liat every Tlie doctor says hw tyusm »** 
he«l»er it te* only one Ira wtuck I 

f in old »rw' “T ofbm -»el mv finders s'NW. 
L liii-fvli'M aettir? ill ho*e (raps 



•sa wortoy 
liable b-Hb 


l»)t »'t stop 
rr over tlie 







,1 



MAGAZkNl SICTiOM 


DAILY COLONIST. VICTORIA, l C SUNDAY APRIL 29, 1951 


OAWLIY s HOTIL vd stc*«i c* Stvtta l«*o»vJ. Ckryuouct Sound 


lantern, get the box on the ground 
after a bit of difficulty and took 
fhe lid off. There wan Mitt some 
life there. They managed to get 
ihe- box aboard their boat and 
raced It with full speed to 
Opiunat. where the natives would 
have none of it. saying the man 
wan supposed tv be dead and if 
alive must be possessed of evil 
spirits. So It had been reported 
to the authorities. That man 
lived, while remaining a rriplle. 
and was more or less tolerated 
by his people and looked upon as 
something having no buslne** lo 
lie about. 


earth and asked U»e native to 
accompany them lo the spot 
where he heard the cries. That 
proved a useless request. Investi- 
gating on their own. the flsher- 
men suspected the cause of the 
cries and went ashore. Walking 
toward the trees they stopped at 
Intervale to listen. When at 
length they heard s faint groan- 
ing coming from a certain tree 
they could see a box visible in the 
gloom. 

A LfYK INDIAN 

Realizing an Indian not dead 
had been placed In the tree they 
returned to their boat for a 


j Perton -to- Person Sketches of Men Who Serve 
on Ship and Shore in Victoria's Port 

By RAY WORMALD m—m > 

A «D VENTURE, hard work and 

excitement have played a f ' 

. , _ r In r *• ’.He id 1 b* •>!' i 

E. Morrison, Fulcra! Department J vKgr ■ 

<if lmn'P*>rt agent for Southern ^BBT 

British Columbia. 

Towering w ell over the six foot j _ _ » tf' 

n .irk, Tom succeeded W'. L. Slam ■■ 

turd as k>-a! DOT. agent early ^ 

in \949. 3^w \ 

Much of his life has been spent 
. r.irr. n- .»r Di.n-an /•! HmU* A. 

* ^^B i 

i * - M 

. ^ H* wa- n then ^■BrJF 

< ■ 

with a Bw flH 


years ago, 
mesa boy 
tender Quadra. 


_ collision 

freighter off Nanaimo- but Tom 
was not aboard. 

After seven years with what 
was then known as the Depart- 
ment of Marine and Fisheries, he 
continued his studies, and when 
time allowed worked on various 
harbor and coastal vesseh* Re- 
joining the lighthouse teller ser- 
\tce in WlOt he was appointed second engineer 
which operated out of this city. He wan tran 
when that ship arrived here from Colllngwoad. 
a* second engineer. # # 

At the outbreak of the Great War. Tom went oversea* W *rve 

* ‘ ‘I. fH*« 1 ,hmarliie off IJabon In September. 11*17. and four offt- 

iJSns uk*n .» prisoners cl » ar S*v,n«n «£» 

‘ Tt» lour oltl.sr. rcmalncl ullh the rwm) "sub" lor 24 '“>* 

322^ S? 

r *r me re*r of the war. They reached England New \ear • Da . 1- - 

Returning to Victoria early that year Tom again roJo1 '^ ^ 
i r*n«p--rt Department, and again to the Newington- this urn 

h ^ a SS!ttetue tender was transferred to the Prime Rupert dw 
„J , «'n '.V. awl Tnm rrmalnct with her tn Norihmwatcr. »mU 
u h* returned »o Victoria to serve In the Latex an In ...mi 
.‘ v, Vjn ,e chief engineer In the Bereoa another lighthouse »• " ,u l 


THOMAS t. M0» BISON 

--7 aboard the New ingt .n 
transferred to the Estevan 
A>j«d. Ont., in 1913- serving 


* wife Mona live at 2312 Rouker Avenue. 
Victoria Rotary Club ami a Mason. Fly fb*h 
favorite hobby, and Just to make sure of 
!-hed a fine Summer home at >hawnigan L 

finally retires, the Transport Department 


NAgAZINI SICTtON 


TAL Y COLONIST, VICTORIA, T- C, SUNDAY. APRIL 29 . 1951 



90 Hours on the 
Trail of a Cabbage 


From Green Grocers to Farms 
The Police Followed a Trail 


EX-SUPT. BOB FABIAN 


Of Sr«tl»n4 Void 


W/HEN the phone rings in a 
W police C.I.D. Offi-e it might 
be murder— or somebody report- 
ing tlie theft of a handkerchief 
from her backyard wash line. 

But the polished squad cars 
purr out. Detectives, bulky 
shoulder* hum bed under crum- 
pled raincoats, stand on door- 
step* a*-k their unwearying ques- 
tlona The hour* go by. The 
hunt continues . . . 

For there is no peace in the 
«oul of A good policeman until he 
ha* caught his criminal. 

.«o It was that early this year 
In one of the large room* along 
the carved wooden galleries of 
Portsmouth City Police Head- 
quarter* lights burned until dawn 
for a fortnight. 

Detective- Sergeant George N. 
Taylor was in full .scientific pur- 
suit of a thief who had stolen 
naif a sackful of cabbages from 
the kitchens of a Portsmouth 
hotel. To convict him he worked 
90 hour*, almost non-stop, lie 
invented a new kind of police la 
boratory apparatus, made legal 
history, produced a contribution 
to the police text books of the 
world. 

THE SS THEFT 

The value of the stolen goods 
was 5a 4Sd. But the value of 
Sergeant Taylor's Job was no 
more — and no le*s— than if the 


theft had been that of the Crown 
jewels. 

It all began w hen the manager 
of the hotel. Whom we will call 
Mr. Arthur Levett, aro-e at 6 
a.m„ splashed his sleepy eyes 
with cold water, and shivered 
into Ida clothe*. 

There had been little sleep f»r 
him that night. For weeks Mr. 
Levett had been alarmed at tqr 
way hw kitchen vegetable* were 
disappearing. It was like a night- 
mare. He kept buying more and 
n^>re . . . >« t never 'coined io 
have enough. 

Then, long after midnight as 
he prowled the empty kitchens 
among the dying fires he saw a 
half sack of cjbbage* In the cor- 
ridor outslile fhe kitchen. 

There was only the night staff 
on duty. They had no right in 
the kitchen. So Mr Levett set 
hi* alarm for 6 a m , determined 
to be awake liefore the first of 
hi* day *taff arrived — ami *ee 
exactly what happened to those 

cabbages. 

Just af»er 7 a m. a boy came 
whistling along the path Gravel 
crunched under hla careless feet. 
He had a bi' Vcle. He slung the 
half sack of cahhage* into hi* 
carrier basket and was about to 
pedal away when Mr. Levett. his 
voire trembling Indignantly, 
shouted: "Stop, thief!" 

The lad gaped, eyes wide with 


aaMM HmmkMmmmmms* 

| You and Your Car 

* ★ ★ A * * 

By FREDERICK C, RUSSELL 


The iranM* the automobile ha- 
com* to flying 1* the flight of 
it* price tag. 

FOB IMPROVEMENT 

G ETTING the cooling system 
ready for Summer service 
r, as become such routine to so 
many millions of motorist* there 
is always the risk of not consid- 
ering some of the newer points. 

I am thinking especially of the 
lower radiator hose which may 
need a new coll of wire Inside 
It to prevent collapse. Possibly 
the self lubricated water pump 
needs additional internal lubrica- 
tion by putting some emul-.lfying 
oil Into the cooling system fol- 
lowing draining off anM-free-z* 
and flushing. This oil is the 
best type of rust inhibitor, too. 
Many motorist* forget that sal- 
soda cleaning solution* are not 
to he used for aluminum head'. 
And many make the mistake of 
putting cold water Into a hot en 
line. Radiator work Isn’t any- 
thing tha9 can be done in a 
burry. It take* time to heat up 
the engine to get the sediment 
in the radiator and block well into 
solution, and plenty of time for 
•XKiUng off before adding water 
again. Al*o it is Important to 
flush the radiator separate from 
the, block and to reverse flush 
separately This calls for dis* on- 
nri-iing the radiator hosing after 
the engine 1* heated op. 

NO VIRTUE IN Dil l TION 
Maybe you ilon t care if the oil 
in the engine fc* thinned out. but 
among other thing* you are In 
siting fresh accumulation* of 
carbon. They come along at a 
much faster rate when the oil 1* 
able to suck up into the cylinder* 
more freely. Diluted oil i* dan 
gerou* in that it 1* likely to bum 
,,ff rapidly when the «-ar i« driven 
fast on ihe open road. Suddenly 


Innocent wonder: ‘'Whatsa -mat- 
ter. guv'nor?" he asked. 

When Mr. Levett explained, 
ihe boy grinned cheei fully. 

rhdt * all right, sir— I'm the son 
of your chef. He bought these 
cabbage* yesterday for our shop. 
They were delivered here f"t me 
to pick up this morning. We buy 
from the wmc wholesalers ft* 
you do, sir an’ it'* easier for 
them to drop the stuff here.” 
T1IK1 ATEN ED TO HI E 
•, Mr Level l was not satisfied. 
He stormed around to the home 
of the chef w-huin we will call 
Ftansetti- although that was not 
hi* real name. Mr. Levett found 
that hi* chef actually was the 
proprietor of a green grocery 
shop. 

* These are not your cabbag«k 
Meestoir Levett." said Fransetti. 

‘ I have here the receipts!" 

He produc'd a receipt dated 
the previous day from s Ports- 
mouth wholesaler fdr one half 
sack of cabbages. It wit* indeed 
one of the firms from whom Mr. 
Levett made his own bulk pur- 
chases. 

Fransetti then cut up rough, 
threatened to *ue Mr Levett for 


the quantity of oil is below the 
safety point. 

1*11 KED I P EN KOI TF; 

When visitor* to one ultra-mod- 
ern sh..w ro*s n step over a new 
model ftHit • pressure on a rug 
start* a concealed phonograph 
which give* a three minute talk 
about the car * features . . ♦ Some 
people were Impatient because 
they couldn't get a question of 
their own in edgewise . . . Every 
day of the year 3-K) million gal- 
lons of oil arc moved around the 
United State* in its vast distribu- 
tion of petroleum . . . Ami in 
*plte of the cost Involved a gal- 
lon of gasoline is prt«ed lower 
than a gallon of distilled water 
...In Belgium, they’re advertis- 
ing a dash-Controlled shade to 
cover the radiator core to keep 
out the chilly air. proving that 
nothing automotive ever goes 
Completely out of itnte. 

MECHANIC SPEAKING 
"Sometime* It pay* to read the 
manufacturer* advertisement*, 
even if you have one of the car* 
and feel that you know all of Its 
virtue*. Wha» you may not know 
are some of its special features 
which may result in embarrav' 
nvent and delay. I raw this hap- 
pen the other day when a woman 
owner of a I new car couldn't get 
the lid* of the luggage comport- 
ment down, A willing assistant 
was all fof giving It a hearty 
pull, but restrained him on the 
theory that he might damage f 
>«imeur.e else who happened 
along at the time readily came 
up wlih tne answer, by calling 
attention »0 the car maker * ad- 
vertising *hl« h had mer.tioiH-d 
the fa-i mot the lid is counter 
balanced. Without fear of ilam- 
aging the <ar he pulled down on 
the lid and »t <nme to a ek-‘ed 
posiuon smoothly." 


-at. - .f M IM M lS 

These Things 
Can Happen 


n 


By ALEC DE MONTMORENCY 
North American New -paper 

A (Maim 

TI.C lighter side of the news, 
from the world press: 

OUTRAGE 

The United State* and Britain 
are not the only countries in the 
world whose relations with Sov- 
iet Russia are strained, but a 
-eemingHy harmle** act in Cuba 
has now put that Country in the 
Russian doghouse. 

During the recent carnival in 
Havana, a costume store there 
«oid rna-k* *u closely resembling 
the lace of Joseph Stalin that 
they were deemed outrageous by 
the Soviet Embassy. 

The Hu.—lan envoy demanded 
that the Cuban Government 
order the offensive masks be 
withdrawn from the fiesta shop, 
but the Havana authorities re^ 
fuse«i to Intervene In a matter 
they considered to be outside the 
Jurisdiction of Government. 

The tone of the Soviet note* 
were threatening, but the Cuban 
replies were defiant. It is said. 

‘ * Torolft-M** PoUl 
• * • 

TAXES 

Civili/atlon i* on the march In 
Greenland — Eskimos there are 
now subjected to a juries of 
taxes. 

. Indirect ta\e- must be paid on 
sugar, chiWwlate, beer, liquors, 
cigarette* and tobaccos* Coffee 
and tea are still exempt because 
proposed taxation on these com- 
modities aroused stiff opposition 
among the parka clad Arctic 

nomads. 

The Danish authorities believe 
it would not be practical to keep 
a tax collector In the eastern and 
northern parts of Greenland 
where the land Is scarcely popu- 
lated. but the western Inhabitants 
of that Recovered island cannot 
e*caj>e the latc--t "boon" of civi- 
lisation In the Far North. 
iixeM *>!*•*» at«*iia*i»*» 

* ■ • 

ROMANTIC 

A Berlin woman retiuested and 
obtain**! a divorce on the groun/t 
of walt/lng. 

It seem* her husband w-oukl 
tum on the radio nt 2 o’clock in 
the morning and. If there was a 
waltz playing he would drag her 
out of bed and make her danoe 
with him 

These gay a t.*, which might 
have pleased more romantically 
In- lined women displeased thi*- 
wife greatly so the Judge granted 

t.*T a dlvor«e. 

•liifumrU'-a v*atw 

• * • 

INQl IKY 

The L-.rd Maj- r of Melbourne 

Australia, recently received * 
pnnient request from s United 
srate* sailor. 

The sailor wantetl to know u a* 
r.e registered *• married ir the 
down-utwier merr<-p<.lls" 


defamation of character. So L 
vett took hi* problem to Detc 
1 1 ve- Sergeant Taylor. 

Taylor lit his plpq t 40 * 1 regard*- 
him benignly. 'Lk) yu get h 
your vegetables from this who) 
salcr?" 

w, II no — I get MM froi 
him and son *• from a faim i 
Hi Ohead in Surrey." 

•‘And which were these?" 

Mr. Levett shrugged dejected! 
How should I know?" 

•That’* .something we sha 
have to discover," said Taylo 
He eomman-leered a C.I.D. cn . 
drove to FTansetti's shop. 1 • 
w«* Just in time to seize the hal - 
filled sack of cabbage* before i 
wa* emptied into the shop bins 
Then he turned out towan i 
llillhead, Surrey. 

"Bles* me!" said the farm* , 
How should I know which cn - 
bagea I sent to Mr. Levett? N v 
I don't » il any to that wh*>le*al r 
from whom you and this Fra - 
*ettl chap buys hi* stuff." 

He Indicated a half acre n* J 
dotte*! with a myriad of cabba e 
stumps. "Sc*mewhere out In th t 
field they came." i 

THEY MATCHED 
Taylor examined the fie 1. 
Some of the cabbage stalks w« e 
yellow and withered. < t 
were fresh. He picked two - t- 
fuh of the fresher stalks n <1 
root*- about 2»X) of them a d 
returned to hi* laboratory. 

There he fitted up a prism a d 
mirror and two viewing len *« 
side by aide. He put one of ve 
stalks of the allegedly alo -n 
heads of cabbage un«W*r one le a. 
Beneath the other he placed ve 
stalk of the root. The prism i k 1 
mirror turned one Image in# W- 
out so that If the two stalk* 1 id 
been • stick of Blackpool r -k 


Stag L 


split down tlie muUile the lettew 
ing on each would have been m 
rea<lahle sequence. 

Tlven he magnified them «en 
time.*- Under his powerful mi* ro- 
le rises each green cabbage stalk, 
showing Its inner circle of tiny 
•white fringe*, looked like the 
yawning Jaws of a wliale w lih 
The fringes as the whale • 
cro w ded teeth. 

Painstakingly he began »« j 
match them. 

His cabbage stalks were no 
larger aero-* than a penny. The | 
points upon which he was aF 
templing to match them were the 
Inner vegetation fringes — none 
bigger than a grain of sand, and 
numbering more than 100 to the 
Inch. 

The Job took him 90 hours. Ir*- 1 
eluding photographing the mag- 
nified stalks. When he put the 
stalks under powerful arc lamp* 

| they began to wither so fast that 
he lost two specimens before he 1 
found a way of solving this new| 
problem. 

But when Mr. Fransetti ap- 
peared. loudly Indignant, iw 
Portsmouth City Magistrates^ 
Court there were four pb-»to^ 
graphs matched with thc r twin 
stalk* showing that the cabbaged 
taken from his shop were grow* 
on the field from which Ihd 
Golden Castle Hotel was sud 
piled! 

It w-a* his first offence, He 
was fined flO. “No hard feek 
Ings, I hope." he said when hd 
had paid his fine. 

Detective - Sergeant T a y 1 a f 
blinked through swollen eye*. 

"Of course no hnrd feeling*. 7 
he said quietly. "It's all in th# 
day's work." 

He went back to the offleeL 
■mere were other matters piling 
up on his desk. 

jW ' xv 'v.- ■suwees^e^ '•WVV 1 «w >'Ma 


nes 


By 

BERT 

BACHARACH 


BoscboIV Inspired Shorts 


-"J t- ASHlONt There * so 
i r new la abort*. Phil 
H (right), the AmericMi I 
1 moat valuable player of 
j the inspiration for a colorfi 
j '-alleit “Expanse Scooter 
J The>‘re decorated with 
J pattern*. 

I Dreee Tips: Band Leadc 
a Lnwi erv e advi.^** men wh 
| to aew tags on all apj-orel 
J having clothes spoiled by 
j marks . . . Sammy Kaye 
J finger* from old dress gl< 
1 wear* the pi as golf mitt* . 
a Bill TMtavti «f “South 
v has a riew suit ma-le he 
1 belt and bra-n?* of the m 
( lerlaL 

• Helpful Hints: When a th 
4 don't slam on your brnk€«< 

* trol and avoid swerving b 
1 wheel. 2. leaving car in g< 

| -Sport Notem We were <i 
1 more money la spent op fi 
-< Lhe figure*: 12.000.0MO fi! 
1 . . . 8.000.000 hunters *pe 

] >pend iv*).0000n0 . . . *n< 


thing 
Uzzuto 
-ague's 
950, 1* 
series 


Elliot 
travel 
) avoid 
sundry 
jt* the 

*•* and 
. When 
nclflc," 
rders a 

ne ma 




Blast* ' A» Insplratto* 


blows, 

experts adviae. Keep complete con 
: L maintaining a firm grip oh th* 
ir; 3. applying the brakes gently. 

llenged on a re*ent statement that 
ling than any other sport. Here are 
termer) spend $1,200,000,000 a year 
rt ... 3,500,000 g* 

5,000.000 bow '-»r- spend $iVi.G 




I shoe Styles: Shopping i* « 
4 rhe name* of the five bat 
I follows; 1, wing tlpL-al; 3 
* I, slip-on f loafer I ; 5, nvo 

I Drink Note*: Have you ti 
1 It • a great warm-up »••<*«! 
| 'hampngne ha* Just »s*en 
« “Triple Red." . . . Wiliiar 
1 !>insurriC*<l over 85.WI0.0O 
X float the United States ! 

\ i Hid Items: More than 1< 
1 States have their own a 
’ persons. Our entire poj 
| ..HI* estimated that 

| never wear a at Itch of cl 
I -vrated It* 80th anniver't 
■w-r* In various title* a* r 
J jp by telephone . . . Thl 
I weight King Ray Roblr 
I -vas be. ome a champ of 

C*.OTT***U. 1*^ 


xny U you know Just what to ask loi 
c ahoe style* Illustrated above are a*- 
plain toe blucher; 3. straight tip bal 
-tudn toe blu'-her 


^1 Swedish Glogg *pronofln-ed glug' 1 
. . . For the ftrot time In history, re«l 
r.ade in the United States It's call*'*! 
Plel tells u-. "People tn Chit rouritry 
barrel* of bttl in 190 h N 

avy!" 

per cent of the families in the Unite*! 
t- .mobile* — or a mr for every 4 
ilatlon could go driving a* oru- limrj 
M.me 250W10.0W) p»"*ple tn the work 
Lhes . . . American Can Company celd 
y with 71 simultaneous birthday dtt 
-a the country and four w* re 
week'*'” Pa** the Cigar*" to— MkklW 
on who. by hi* numerous donation* 

harity a* welL * 

JH»rX H»r«l*I TrlbsoS I°* 



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daily COLONIST. VICTORIA. R C.. SUNDAY. APRIL 29. I9M 


MAGAZINE MCTIOH 



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8 



By W. T. GAI.T 

Any author will tell you tfta* 
writing a book la hard work 
But once upon a time that work 

used to he nntshed when lb* 
author finished his manuscript 
io.I sent It off to thr^ publisher 
Nowaday* that static marks 
only the beginning of an author > 
troubles, according to an article 
by Bennett Orf. Random House 
I tub Usher. printed in a recent an 
ruverxary edition of Variety 

* After the briefest of respites, 
during which an erudite editor 
dum hia best to alter the mam* 
script beyond recognition. " Mr 
Orf writes, “the author » 
plunged into a dtay round of 
activities, known as helping to 
liromole the book ami C«*t *1 ru,t 
mg.' that makes the training of 
a heavyweight priw fighter look 
like a champkm*h 1 l* »*he*» match 
.n slew motion.*' 

The irst stage in the bo** 
rolling program come* when the 
author is rummonel to aihlrew* 
a sab** conference. 

Mr Cerf SB plains that a sale, 
■•on'erence l* a devi.-e “designed 
to enable the publisliers* repre 
-amt.itivrs to get a glimmering 
of (he book's contents without 
having to read !t.“ 

Next comes a aeries of guest 
,«ppe irances on radio and tele 
vfc*m n programs tat which the 
author perform* without a feel 
“ami ibe M C. ortrn forgets to 
mention Ihe title entirely, but 
-*tncr the llsleners to thi* type 
of program practically never buy 
hank* anyhow, the only thing lost 
u ihe author's temper.*' 

A formidable Item lahrU-d 
“meeting the pres*" comes next 
ltut 1 unfortunately, moot »»( the 
interviews don't get published 
.»nd more unfortunate still, the 
reporter* wb> show up never 
come fmm Ihe ngprrs that count 
Meanwhile, ihe author ran al 
w:iv* count on a healthy *peh 
of wi »er** cramp by appearing 
in t*o..k store* to autograph hl» 
masterpiece “for people who like 
to borrow or rent an autographed 
««>*k " 

Bn This time. Mr. Cerf writes, 
-the author ha* begun to point 
• out « certain lark of advertising 
and window displays, and the pub 
I isher i.* parrying questions about 
I He -sale of the book with an airy 
•It's too early to tell yet.'* which 
is literary slang for 'Yoicka! What 
h nop* " 

Next the author Is onlered o»t» 

•n a series of literary teas and 
more bookshop appra ranees 
"None of them results In any 
sale* hut at least they keep the 
author out of town, and by the 
i, me He drags hi* weary hone* 
IvicV the exhausted publisher . 
himself is off fur one of his quar- 
terly vacations " 

Mr Cerf points out. however, 
that the country's lop writers 
such a* Hemingway. Olltfa *nd^ 
llersey “refuse to lend them 
selves to this unholy am! unpro- 
ductive ballyhoo." 

Nobel Prize winner William 
Faulkner, for example, cut off 
Ida telephone ami throws Into the 
waste basket all Incoming enee 
Ittprs that do not contain cheques 
Mr Cerf doesn't think that the 
ref\rud of theor author* to make 
public appearances has hurt their 
*afo* 

But few authors are lucky 
enough to escape these overtime 
.•hoh'V 

Km*B the Duke of Windsor, 
who tea recently turned author 
with publication of "A Kings 
Slury." Isn't going to get away 
scot free. 

IfoU probably get off a lot 
easier tlvan most authors An pub 
tvatfctfi of their first best seller 
But next month he is going *o 
have to address the American 
Book sellers* Convent Um In Cleve- 

land. 

fk»d as all of this double duty 
fat. tt remit) he worse. 



(jpg in LONDON Through the ogei, <* g»aphK»lfv illuNtrotnl •« TH* 
. iwOo* Anthology •* Th.% piote *rom iH» book « Co»-«gtor Bowfo. 
The VWl.neFi Shop" c-rco 1770 


Spotlight in Fresh Novel 
Stolen by Adolescent Girl 


-SHiufow* Move tnon; Them.'* 
by IT Atm MMWlfodwr (Cupp 
Clark. $S». 

Gregory Hawke arrive* at ihr 
British Guiana mission on the t 
verge ot a breakdown He was 
engulfed with a feel mg of guilt 
(hat he wax responsible for the 
death of his unloved wife 

But as Die fantastic nature of 
the mission become* apparent to 
him. he wonder* if this strange 
cult might not be the la*l place 
he should liave come for “a 
change and a rest " 

The form ot Christianity be 

New Look 
At London 

-The iimWia AafMsflr" 
tad by Hugh am* l'a«U we Ma*auig 
i*un (I»ml. $5i. 

What is London ? 

The* book m 700 extracts and 
almoct 100 tlluslrauoiv*. ipiea a 
tong way towards capturing that 
complicated moaaic that has been 
Inndon from before Chaucer's 
tune lo the present 

Here are word pictures (hat 
dww a city of contrasts and ex- 
treme*. Royalty *weepa m pomp 
to a cormutwx Indigent* lie ux 
deep * * doaa house Brutal 
mob* shout gleefully at bear 
baiting* and execution* Artist* 
xnd playwright* talk secvsttlvehr 
about subtle nuances 

CaUou* kmeiy. rsotowa sewn 
mental filthy, beautiful extra v a 
jtjnt. vigorous Imdon emerge* b 
jUI it* spiemhd mdtvlduaUijr 
through these account* of ** 
characteristics and people 

Uu* of the account* are from 
Irttrrs, memoirs or lesser known 
works that give the book a fresh 
rwaa and vigor The extracts 
range from *urh pen* a* Chaucer 
uid Tom Brow* to Pop* Alex 
j»dre ami Stephen l seacock 
Funeral*. fires, piague*. P at 
i t** , dance*, ptay*. seridcnL* 
reiebrities. beggars are discussed 
by writers of every land a* ob 
s erved is I -endow 

Anyone who lows l-vniu wsM 

bbe thts beck. 


meet* here behoves in Christ »* 
the King of Dreamers. They re 
gard the Bible as a book of lovely 
legends and practise a life of cul 
lured simplicity which Indian and 
white share alike under the benev- 
olent despotism of the snaring 
Rev Harms tom. wlto hokl* life 
and death power* over everyone 
In the mission. 

Tlie community eschew* extra* 
a parve and wantoness of all kinds 

believe* in dteam* and fancies, 
fairies, hard work, frank and free 
love They do not belle* e *• an 

after life. 

COMKIJLT8 

*I*he introduction of a mentally 
sick man to the uninhibited mm 
munity seta up basic conflicts be 
twren Gregory and the mission, 
and within Gregory himself 

He Is offered love, but he ha* 
come to regard it as obscene and 
fedl* he must tight against it HU 
“rivilfoed" behavior and outlook 
are regarded as barbarian by the 
mission community. 

Although the main charanen. 
of the novel are Gregory. Rev 
Harms tom and hi* eldest da ugh 
ter. Mabel the imaginative, 
adolescent Olivia emerges as the 
most vivacious and outstanding 
character the author has created 
U there Is a weakness in thi* 
book, it seems to be too great 
a desire by the author to stump 
for his new form of religion. 

Had he let his character*, e* 
penally Olivia, run away with 
the plan of his book, he would 
undoubtedly have written a bet 
ter novel and would probably have 
given just as good a cause for the 
religion by presenting it more 
subtly. 

GOOD EKAOINO 

Nonetheless, this i» an out of 
the ordinary novel and one that 
makes well above average read 
in* 

If at times the reader is remind 
ed of "Lost Hoctam" or 'Greer 
Mansions** that is not to *ay that 
this book lacks In originality, but 
rather that the Impact of the ear 
Iter tmnks is still felt. 

Mr Mittethobcr ha.* w-m cob 
sider.xble acclaim In Britain for 
an earlier book. "A Morning al 
the Office •• Thi* reviewer d<*e* 
not know that work, but on the 
basi* of “Shadows Move Among 
TTietn." the author should -wn tv- 
better known on this continent 
W.T.G. 


Essence of Canada Seen 
In Trivia of Small Town 


"LmbI Rag by Barbara VWy 
< onnack (The Ryerson Pm**. 

S3JS>. 

You have to be a small t owner 
it heart to appreciate "Loral 
Rag" 

Readers *o blessed will find it 
a nostalgic book which brings ou 
often forgotten p**t back to life 
It is a chronology of evenLs 
that mark the stunted growth of 
a prairie town fn»m the begin- 
ning of the century to the last 
war And they are great events, 
if you are a small t owner. Kor 
Crossroad. Altx-rta. ha* every 
thing that makes life in a small 
i own warm and succulent despite 
ihe pressure* of loneliness and 
monotony that would otherwise 
make tt dulL 

f.\ KBYTIIING 

Sime of tfie e event*, in tiw 
j»er*pe«tive of time, arc pretty 
trivial, but in the small town 
i hey are everything. 

Crossroad had its rnrnttunrc 
men. for example, who farme^l 
like mnd and drank Uke fish. It 
had the drama of two war*, with 

Ear Reports 
On Century 

“imkiu'x Kar." by OdeU am* 
Willard ^ he pan! ( M.u-millan. $4). 

After what Spent* like a cen 
xury the 18th century to be pre 
rv*e tlie plot finally thicken.* In 
thi* ambling piece, written in 
clavdeal style, atviut Bonnie 
Prince Charlie's designs on the 
throne 

In what are purpnled to be the 
recently discovered letter* of 
1 locate Walpole this father and 
son writing team discusses every 
body and everything of Import 
ance in ldth century Europe, in 
eluding world w ide repercussions 
following the alleged severing ot 
a certain English captain’s ear by 
a Spanish sailor. 

The author* have obviously 
spent many years in research for 
this volume, but a few well turned 
phrase* and flashes of wit are not 
enough to compensate for the 
length and disorganization of this 
interesting but lumbering book — 
MDG 


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I owed Th<»ma*. Jr. 


“The Cocktail 
Party” 

By T. S. KLIOT 

V JW raart <ra(«t*natBC N P - 

». N ...» UlllVM 4C.1 CUklfM ^ ' 

•• « i>..« orto'oo can Aim*™ 

inK.u. (•« >'•( -W r** 


Kents 


FORT 


casual ue* which saddened the 
whole town. anJ Red Cross meet- 
ings ami bond drives. It had 
the local scarvLU of the unwed 
mother, the excitement of the new 
school, community hall, creamery 
and hospital as each of these be 
came realities after years of plan 
ning. Am! It had Its accidents 



and death* and love stories; 
droughts, depress km* and $250 
wheat 

HEART 

Mrs Formack. who has spent 
many years of her life i w and 
near small Alberta town*. u*e-s 
ihe devise of the weekly new* 
paper to unravel her tale. She 
rites excerpts from the paper 
then enlarges on them fp'm (he 
memory and experience* of the 
editor* who are. of course, the 
hear) of their community. 

The items she chooses are all 
related, in the way that every 
thing that happen* in a small 
town L* relate.) to everything else 
Her fine technique in weaving 
them together produces a charm 
ingly homely tale as much a part 
of Canada as the story of Ton 
federation and Ihe C.P R. -S.R II 


Bums, Birds 
And Bodies 

“*.» M Men Don't Kilt." by 
David Alexander Random Hoaw. 

(ZJfo). 

When war veteran Terr) Rook.- 
finds a nude .-otpHe in hb room, 
he half believe* that he might 
have committed (he murder dur 
ing a mental blackout caused by 
war injuries 

He goes into hiding among a 
fantastic group of bums in the 
Bowery. Among these friends, 
who help him solve the murder, 
are a bearded Jockey, a heavy 
weight baby sitter, an atomic “ex 
pert." a Shakespearean scholar, a 
dwarf, and an eccentle millionaire 

What with all these characters 
dodging between a Bowery gin 
mill and a Long Inland penguin 
farm things get pretty cute at 
times 


BE NOVEL! 

Take your weekend hostess a 
book for the family, and one 
for Junior fp*m 


THE MARIONETTE 

Tm> r»r»Ml K tol fc w 
)«i* OOt OLA* *T * Wi* 




dam. v cot-ONisr victori \. b.c.. sundav. aprii. r>. iosi 


magazine section 


ryjamas in 
Perfect Fit 
For Junior 


Women's 

Work 


thought 
pyjamas 
't care •< 

wn an*) 
nder five 
»u won't 
sr cut >n 
»ur years 
i survey 
stzr lhaf 


It’s a nice comfortifta 
to get ready for b«Ni in 
that fit so well you don 
(he house does burn dt 
if you are a Junior si/e v 
foot four, you'll find ) 
trip over the lee* of tfo 
a new 9 to 15 range, hi 
of testing, research afl 
have resulted in a jumo( 
practically guarantee* I 
As a rule, the junior 
figure find* proportion! 
lar sized pyjamas utvcoi 
for waistbands u-ualll an* ti>» 
large and the top too fong or t»*o 
full. Most distressing of all i-< 
tlie fact that Ihe trv.ustjr leg* an* 
too long a fact that ran make 
the best morale drag aj litlk*. 

Features that provide romf'Kt 
plus in these garments are the 
“mystieollar" ttiat di*«pt*ears m 
the back not only for tjasfor iron- 
ing but for real comfort a* there 
is nothing to bunch up^ u ruler the 
back of the neck. Their are .*• :*V 
on buttons, adjustable gripprt 
waistbands and pre*Hrunk fab 
rics that are color fasti 

Another innovation in the -.hiiil 
siw* range L* Ihe thltje f»ie.-e eo 
sembk* <xjn*i*ting of pyjama* am 
a short fingertip ecrij that cat 
serve ao many useful purposes 
The coat ran be worn as n bnm* 1 
e casement coat at home later al the Imm. I 

;ed to drape if w) |l be useful to • lucid <<r»i 

nd the floor from the «un and win I Fci 'aii 

urious olive to see outdoor wear ih the Man 

rhe button- dann coat in a linenlllke fahru 

ered tn olive . not only Iw.iuse of Its exec 1 

sofa In pale lent cut and smart -Ityltnr ha 

ne. and the because of '.be f.e-luon Imp" 

green at ripe, lance »»f linen in l fakinc w.nrei 

pair of rare to resemble tt 

imp*, other 

i tlie white 

er and bras* //a a x A 1 

trays, carry fNeW MUU fviUU 

erne of the 


By HELEN HAI.K 

I F the castors drop out of 
the legs of furniture, fill 
the hole with melted paraf 
fin wax Insert the castor 
xnd let the wax harden. 

To treat mouldy leather 
>»ok bindings, go over them 
with a cloth dampened in 
ammonia Be certain the 
nooks are wiped completely 
try before putting them in 
.tack* or shelves. 

If the buzz of an electric 
fan ls annoying, place thick 
newspapers or several mag 
i/ines at the base to cush- 
ion the fan and cut down 
he sound. 

Table pads which leave 
line on tables can be cov- 
ered on the side that rests 
on the table with muslin. 
This closely woven material 
protects the table, and at 
the same time prevents line 
from seeping out of the pad. 

If your mattress pad* are 
not long or wide enough to 
be tucked under thf* mat- 
tress sew strips of muslin, 
the length of the mattress 
to each side, and use these 
for tucking it under. This 
keeps the pad from wrin- 
kling. 

Patch small holes in lino 
fount by filling them with 
a mixture of finely chopi»ed 
cork and liquid glue. I>*t 
dry thoroughly, then apply 


Comfort Plus Beauty in 


its. while a 
dull terra 
echoes the 


against terra-cotta v! 
mortem painting ul 
cotta and black soft! 
wall color. 

A nubby off-whj 
cloth ts effectively t| 
the corner window. I 
la covered with a !u| 
green furry rug 
tufted sofa ls uphob 
green silk, tlie (acin 
yellow gre»*n monotl 
armchair In an olive] 

Tn addition to th« 
Chinese porcelain I 
acce*soties. such ^ 
china bowls and j*rvS 
plate*, useif a* ash 
out tlie general »< 
r«*om. 


Sin«v tlu* room itself offered no 
centre of Interest one was ere- 
qted by using the large corner 
window as a background for a 
comfortable sofa and adjacent 
easy chair, and placing another 
sofa, barked by a game tahfo. op 
poaltr It. This not only makes a 
comfortable and Inviting mover 
national gr<>up. but aim give* 
character to an otherwise unin 
t«»resting room. The end tables 
each different, and the marble 
t >pped Biede muter coffee table 
are strategically place* I to be use 
tul as well as decorative 

The unusual color scheme adds 
greatly to the charm of the room 
IHro stunning white Chinese fig 
ure lamp* stand out sharply 


By BETTY l.KNAHAJ* 

O NE of the first things to be 
taken into eotvsnler.it ion 
when furnishing ao*l decoiining 
the living - room w comfort 
Achieving this d**!*?'**!* not only 
on the selection of the furniture 
Itself, but aim on it* arrange 
ment. Sofa* an* I chairs should 
be placed witlun conversation.* ■ 
distance of each other Occasional 
tables, to hold lamp* an*l ^ 
trays, should be within easy 
reaching distance *1 upholstered 
nieces, and tme or two pull-up 


a coat of clear varnish. 

Freshen a pmhti which 
has stale tobacco smoke In 
it by letting a bowl of fresh 
water with a few drops of 
ammonia stand In it over- 
night. 

CHI paintings can be 
cleaned with warm milk 
and water applied gently 
with a soft cloth. Dry thor- 
oughly, but avoid rinsing. 


to travel 
-re are «>*•• 
her mllee- 
such where 
•. ent roller. 
Iuu“ which 
>terj from a 
nUsiunariek 
women to 
and other 
i are while 
apunto em 
ie»l at neck 
irm <slge*. 
*t, straight 
oslurnr and 
lany of (be 


wear in TncloATtma 
place* The originn 
roi ton with lovely T 
broidery which L* n>| 
lines, sleeves and 
Necklines are aim 
across In the nati\*e 
they r**moin *»n tn « 
aifopta lions 

Tlii* ifosigncr do 
lovely joi* tela such 
blue or a bask* grey 
and die gives the 
snugging them to *h 
sheer organdie apr* 
treasures in them 
aprons are white w 
applique and prad 
the hemlme Nattv 
woman who find* h 
"Muu Muu” wdl we 
apron for late aftn 
formal evenings thi* Summer 


- -cfothes that lure the eye to» 
new toudies such a* the rbiffow 
covered midriff for a bare look, 
low backs; peephole embroidery 
and sheer bodice* with mode*? 
fronts 

» • » 

—a pale neutral vha«fo ***** 
daj and two warm beigy i wt 
knows a* light honey and dork 
honey They are wonderful aknw 
or combined with darker »k»r* 
suck as navy or brown 

# * A 

(fo miniature jewel fol 
under a large brimmed hat for 
aftemom or alone for lr*wa «<> 
evening* They are in dark v»N 
vet and encrusted with nomAs 
a«*1 sequins 

* * * 

- afternoon suita of heavy 
faille that rely oa silhouett# io* 
drama Many have the Ion gar 
[•opium type yackeo. that flar** 
otft over slim skirt* ' Black .md 


Sidney Reynolds 


THC STRAIGHT SttHOUCTTC (Hot **uP betied * '* 

>orm •« *ecl(ek»d v. oc-c*t collection The 'Moo.Muo. 
wh.«« cotton drew worn by oot.ve ejmen »n InOo > 

na» ond •» » He bosa for o group dH*-jHiful cotlor* n p 
0 *ey The Tropunto emb*o iery of the orig-oo' it 
ifoeve qtvJ *-,em edge* too The dr«% *% brought ck#v n 
a beout'tu* cr<4> wh *e oojorvl.e opron with oop V-»* 
ternmin*. bogde appcoronca 


The O**^ 1 *** l*r*' t iW 

Spe i*Iut* in the wjorld** I'm 
CHINA *nd CFYSTAL 
Sal al» M It9 
OpfKnii* 'he Eni|»r«i H h 


i other couni 
,tet% yd 
l a» neck im* 

■ .«» tiou>e eith 




* 

- * 



Beacon 


tet • in the park ha*e 
an 'Till t He Sun Shine* 
to Nell, the park i Wuik horse, 
the last couple of Spring weeks while 
rubber •shml hooves trod the velvet 
I Beacon Hill with a delicacy no truck 
etc h— -the sun bus been slnfUnL; — With 


you 


ency 


Hie aun-kisacd days have I 
|4 in the annuel bloaaofl 
i, h*e«, trees and tourists 


links ami 
each other 
Lower fight. Mi*, 
Street, West. Calgary. 


swan* ami began taking pu 


panes* plum 

It: Keith Hooey. 

swan* on one lot you 




New twist to Sprti 
tied by *wana in pi 


aning wn 
at top ngl 


garden* u 

*upenntrn< 

Warm 


**l*oilv," above, who w j 
with laundiced eye tco< 
under »t>. Not to be 
that used to celebrate ! 


mE 9 m.,s- i~- -j • V, , 

'• . • 

^ e^s*' ^ .4 a Cf— .- '-T^^nSers. 


Jv 

1 ■ • .tigs* 

k • m • r# • 4 

























Progress on Ancient Affliction 


LOCAL NEWS 1 •• * 

I r — ^ 

IS O. 117 — MNFTY -THIKI) YEAR 

Public Land Taxed 
In Beach Tansfle 


A veteran city cartographer said yesterday the whole 
question of the subdivision of land near the sea In this 
area was so Involved that in many cases it was "lost In Vic- 
toria's history. " • w %. ' 

"I know of some points on the Island where for years the 
Government has been touting land which Is supposed to be 
public road allowance." he told The Colonist. 

i(« Mid that In many cases the into a field whlrh was a maze of 
land had been originally divided tangled bushes and long grass., 
before the Land Registry Act" From Rutland Road, where one 
even existed. One map he ahowed rould jrearb the beach, to Eatevan 
wax dated hack to the time of Sir Avenue, was about miles, al- 


James Douglas. 


though access could be gained at 


But In some of the more recent CattJe Point. 


developments, his rich store of 


EIGHT OF M 


land division rerorda showed that , n th , dlslane * of about s , 4 
the -access to the beach every ■ mi] „ wt .„. about eight 

220 or 440 yard*" law had either atrrnhttK fo th< . h«. arh . w |rh about 
been Ignored or was unknown to h , lf of lh „ m dlfflcult or und „, r . 


thoae planning the subdivisions. 

smimisioNS 

A small lot subdivision al P»r 


able, tinder Section R6 of the act. 
there should have been about 20 
Victoria citizens have continued 


ker Avenue In the Cordova Bay to react strongly In support of 
area for example, was dated 1922. requests that legal access to 
It ran 400 yanls without a public beaches he made useable 


road allowance to the beach. 


Many phone call* received yes 


Meanwhile. It was found that tcrday testified to the feeling 
Saanich Isn't the only area where prevalent In the city. Some voiced 
the public encounters some diffl- | approval and others offered to 
oulty In gaining acceaa to public "‘bow further examples of blocked 


beaches. 

In an area surveyed yesterday, 
however, from Sinclair Road to 
the Willows Park. It appeared 
that the public was more discour 
aged than prevented from reach- 
ing the beaches. 

Sinclair Road Kaelf ran. as 
fhnwn on the map, right to the 
shoreline, but the next road which 
was met, Klllamey Avenue, ran 
to within 100 feet of the beach 
snd then swept around to the 
right through a new subdivision. 

MARSH. EARTH 


public rlght-of way. 


5 Bandwajron 
* Draws 1,000 
£ At Sidney 

rh | J 

he About 1.000 persons attended 
v the second annual Bandwagon 
Show apon&ored by the Sidney 
Junior Band Association last 


At the foot of the Klllamey nlfht at No 2 Hangar. 


Road allowance there was a 
atretrh of marshy gras* and piles 
of dumped earth. 


Camp. Patricia Bay Airport. 

The three -hour program In 
eluded selections by the band. 


COLONIST TKIXPHON ES 

Ail Departments * ”11 

AFTER 11 SO PAL AND BEFORE * 00 AM. 
\>ws r>'k F. «'0» sports . . » 

It U T V - i rr e m fr*W»- ♦ 


fCSTARLISIll.D 1858) 


VICTORIA, BRITISH CPU MB 1A, SIMMY, AHKH- 29, 1951 

- Big New Press to Roll Soon 

• C > 


SECOND NEWS SECTION 


(XL. Absorbing 
Former Member!! 


Here la the new five-unit Gaea prtas -which uUJ print The Daily Colonist and The Tltneh when the two newspapers move into Uie 
new Victoria Pres* Ltd plant near the Fountain Intersection next week-end. Tire pres* can roll out 40,000 48-pa«e papers every 

hour. (Details of the move, and other pictures, are on Page 181. 


Finest Gardens 
Open to Public 


Contributing $22JM)0 


Former West Coast members oi the Communist-led 
Canadian Seamen's Union are being taken into the Cana- 
dian Congre.'sS of Labor, and indurations are that the Con- 
gress will make a strong- bid for bargulmog rights for mem- 
bers of a rival Trades and Labor Congress union. ' 

New* of the CC-L.e !ii>L muve - — ; 

into the maritime labor field m 

British Columbia came ycsteji- | I ’ 

day. when Robert fimeal. bu*i- f ()l) J* 

ne.sa ogenl for the Canadian 

Brotherhood of Railway Em- >v • 

ployees, Mid that more than 70 f If Vf )#///> C 

employees of the Esquimau 1/WI/CllV^ 

Dockyard and Department of ■ ■ ■ 

Transport, have been chartered f l/ftfl/l f/J / / 
by (he Congress. II 

Most of the men, unlicensed 

cr»*w members of harbor craft, Doubling of Uie number or 
survey, fishery, weather and disputes In British Columbia l*»*t 
other vessels were formerly rep- year nver pmm la wen by one Vic- 
resented bv the CSU. Aoria labor* leader a* proof of th* 

DKl M MED OIT ndhd fur amendment of the Pro- 

The CiS.U., in 1949, touehed of! a vinec's labor legislation, . 
world-wide shipping strike, was -It proves our Haim that the 
drummed out of the TLC. and Industrial Conciliation and Ar- 
recently had Us bargaining miration Am I* seriously in need 
authority canceled by the Fed- of revision." said Robert Nmeal. 
it* I Department of Labor president of Victoria Labor 

The West Coast Seamen's Council tC.C L). 

Union however, broke away Statistics six* contained In the 
from the purenl CSU. and still annual report of the latltor He- 
bargains for crew members of latlons Hoard, wtiirb listed 11 dlx- 
d<yp-sew ves-ela and some coast- pure* during 1949 and 22 last 
aJ rugs. 'year. 

The ra».wa«. QfioLUf. iMiud. » tu.* MT D\ L\G ftl .PORT 

absorbing former C 81. mem- | Spokesmen for the Victoria 
bers. is eyeing the 700 members and District Trade* and labor 
I of the 8eafarers' International Council < A.K.L T.L.C.', said they 
Union » A.F L.-T L,C *, on C.PR would s^udy the report brfore 
J and Union Steamships with in- nfliklng mmment. 

! *«nt »o move in. Mr Smeal inti- , The report ahowed that th# 
oiul^d. number of w ork stoppage* during 

8 l.U business agent here, L. other periods were mtteh higher 
Green, had no comment to make man In 19 ”Ol The greatest yea r 
His union hat but lately been 0 f j n m*r unrest wax HM2, when 
, re- admitted to the Congress, 50 airike* took plan*, 
having been appended because j QnW ^ slr i k „ *ere recorded 
of Its part in the violent CM, )n ^ 


AROUND TOWN. 


lllhhens Cloae. at the boundary conducted bv W O Goodman- 

between Saanich and Oak Bay. son; solos by Vera Charlesworth, 

followed the gazetted allowance soprano, and Instrumental solos 

as far as a flight of steps, then ' by band members Walter Steele 

swept around In a graceful curve »nd Barry Forster. 

Into an auto court. ' Other entertainer* were the 

A n-n irai nailed Rascal*, comedian Roily 

A mad closed Mfn waa galled and thf F!orr . rp Clough 

acroaa the steps, which were fn a jj ancerR 

state of dlcrepalr. Master of eeremonlea was 

The next poaslhle acre** to the victor Dawson of Brentwood 
beach, about 1H mile* from Sin 1 u*e of the hangar wa* 
rlalr Road, waa Rlpon Road, donated by the Department of 


Victoria's finest gardens will be open for public in- struction of a new i»nor 

spootion Wednesday throu B h Saturday of this week. •»»*« ^SSUSmSST K' 
The occasion is the annual Spring Garden Festival rrj| , ,, raUh Department, it wav 
of the Victoria Horticultural Society. Timed for the annnunred yesterday from Of 
period when gardens are at their Springtime best, the festi- hy Fisheries Mlnuier it W 
val opens for public inspection private gardens through- Mayh,?w ' 

out the city. Work on the project afarted 


/ k * a A d 1 a -S.l.U buAtneaa agent here, L f ,ther periods were much higher 

IVlMIXiH AltltrOYfS Ivrsllll Oreen.bad.no comment to make than In 1fT4JL The greatest year 
^ " " ▼ " ^ VF1 €**■!. Hi* union ha* but lately been n f labor unrest wax 1942. when 

__ • * ■ W ■ re-Bdinltted to the Congre.sx. rtf strikes look place. 

I, , kll I L kt , lkl | I I 0 | Wk|Hk I > r h * v ‘nk bw" luxpended because | Gnlv two strlk ^ w( . w recorded 

Lor tlosnilai Lahoraion '! i : , p , r;r,*“i C81 ’ 1 

I ^ IJlon Th * S.l.U took over! Tfm< » ln wnrklnK dav* by 

A moon grant toward eon- and both clinical and pathological Canad wn' Hrm.s "afiet ^ ^ar 'T* T7» 

sfruellon of a new *9u.<W labor laboratories he stated. >k. .11 W 2 and l«"( year l.i-Tnt 


Time logf in working dav* by 


laboratories, he stated. strike 

Public health laboratory work Victoria men who are execu- 
tor the whole of the lower part fives of the newly -chartered 
of the Island will b»« conducted railway brotherhood division In 
in the new laboratory. the dockyard and Transport De- 


*1 rlkerx were out I0fi.792 day*. 
SHIPYARD STRIKE 
A walkout -of SOI Vancouver 


the dockyard and Transport De- 1 ^‘Py^rd workers Ja.st Autumn 
n .rl n ,.nl in I Rtnrl.lr WBX the mO*t WriOtlX WO f k Atop 


,uu wwu ...... .«»- - - - * Architect U Harry' Whittaker p.r.ment are J Sinclair, prest- ™ ™ ^ ’*7 ’ 

val opens for public inspection private gardens through- omtrarTnr t;<K)rKe Farmrr. I dent; H Whittington, vlce-pre- * 7 J. ,n , ^ 

out the City. Work on the project started 0p nnytfoUon of the new »ldenl; V. Mandrych. financial 3"™ w »" manday* 

All-inclnsive admission fee during the entire festival ^“iding. the old laboratory w-tn secretan-, t Embieton. record- Tl*c. ind i c.( i. 

l« *!• .HmiMlnn for «nv *lnol^ rlav renli C " f5oVPrnmPnt "Pproval nf Its ^ to ^ 0 , IW , t ^e hoxnital In* serrHxry, and H Bvron, for » , *onf SO amen Imei fa 

**51. admission for any single day Is 50 cents. jrv, share .whim wax muichct «« r Iir »r to the i.r A Act. and tbexe are 


beach, about l’x mlie* from sin u*e of the hangar wa* 

elalr Road, wax Rlpon Road. 1 donated by the Department of 
which run* down beside the Royal Transport, together with lumber 
Vlelorla Yarht Club. tSertlon 96 nxed by volunteers to construct 
of the Land Registry Act states a 40- foot stage 
there must he road to the *e« Proceed* are In aid of Junior 
•very 440 yard* In land sub- Band activities. 

divided Info section* of an acre or — 

more, and 220 yard* In area* aub- TRESPASSER NIIOT 

Into ,m«n-r „r.|n„„. , wh „ «, 

NOT GOOD BF.At H irrmind* of the F.mprox* Hotel 

A imiall path led from the fool late last Friday paid with hla 
of Rlpon Road to a hearh which, Hfe. 

admittedly, wa* not very dealr ftrlllxh Tolnmlda game war 
able. It I* a *ort of “WTong aide" den Robert Sinclair wa* railed 
•f the Yacht Club jetty. not to attend to the matter. 

A third of a mile farther w-e With a JK-mHbre revolver he 
•am# to Humber Road which »h«( a treed raccoon In the 
gave fairly good aeeexa to a small hotel ground* at the eorner nf 


Garden* will be open from 9:30 1462 Rockland Avenue; Govern - 1 by the hospital with an equal 
a.m. to 12 noon and 2 p.m. until 5 ment House, 1101 Koekiand; Mr. amount, George E. MaaKrrs, 
pjn. on the following day*: and Mrs. W. N. Chant, 1596 Rock Jubilee administrator, said. 

Wednesday : Children’s Garden land: Mr. and Mr*. A, B. Mortclll, | The laboratory will he called 
Library. 1170 Tattersal Drive; 760 Pemberton Road; N. Ahkhazl. the J. Keith Wilson Memorial 
Mrs. Lesxey Pollard. 1210 Tatter- 19M FaJrfleld Rood; Dr. Thomas Laboratory. In memory of the 
sal; V. W. Ahler. 1233 Palmer; McPherson. 966 Esqulmnlt Road; pioneer dty merrhant wliose 
D. G. Revell. 1261 Judge Place, Mr and Mr* R H. Poolev. 11S2 daughter. Victoria J. Wflooit, he^ 

Mr*. David Spencer. 29A6 Conk; Old Evpjimalt Road; Mrs. A H. queathed approximately Sl7ft.0«)0 

Hon. R. W. and Mrs. Mayhew F. Stelck, 1214 Old Esqulmalf ; Mr. ,n Vie hospital. 

3126 Beach Drive; Harold Hu* and Mr*. G. A. Stelrk. 1218 Old The present building ha* been 

hand. 3169 Beach. Mr and Mrs Exoufmalt. amtely nverrrowdod lor *ev»-ra| 


S. Stephen. 3156 Beach; Mr. anfl Saturday: N. Ahkhazl. 1968 year*. Mr. Masters said. 


Mr* H. A. Wallace 3176 Beach, Fairfield; J G Worth, 273 King new 9) by 40 font, two- 

and R. H. Fdgell. 3230 Beach. George Terrace; Mr. and Mrs. J storv structure will house * !ec- 
Thursday: J. G. Worth. 273 H Todd. 26-14 Orchard; Oak Bay Hire room In.addltlon to researrh 

King George Terrai-e; Oak Rav Reach Hotel. 1176 Beach; E. H. — — 

Beach Hotel. 1175 Beach; Mrs. II Scott. 3111 Mayfair; S. L. Me- 1 

R. Beaven, 1176 Beach; Mr. and | Mullen IStrangewoodL Tyndall' EDITOR TO SPEAK 
Mr*. J. H. Todd, 2644 Orrhard | Avenue. D. G. Revell. 12M Judge; Donald Bruce, editor of the 


EDITOR TO SPEAK 


beach. From there It wa* another 
300 yards to the foot of Lan* 
down# Road, mapped aa extend- 
ing to the ahore line. 

I-anadowne Road, however, 
•nded at Marine Drive, although 
a drtveway led over th# boulevard 


Government and Humboldt. 

The game warden said It wax 
the flr*t raccoon reported In 
dfiwntnwn Vletorla for many 
years. He thought the animal 
had come from Beacon Rill 
Park. 


Mr*. J. H. Todd, 2644 Orchard j Avenue. D. O. Revell. 1264 Judge; | Donald Bruce, editor of the 
Avenue: Veteran*' Hospital Mr* David Spencer. 2906 Cook. Vancouver Technocracy Digest. 
Grounds, Richmond Road; Nor- Bus tour* of the garden* have will KfaUtk at Victoria's Tech- 
mal .School Grounds Richmond; been arranged for each morning norracy headquarters. 617'y Cor- 
E H. 5U>ott. 3441 Mayfair Drive and afternoon. Arrangements for mnrant at 8 p.m, Wednesday, 
and Mra. S L McMullen the tours and information ran he May 2. 

I (Strangewoodi Tynd»tl Avenue, received at the festival head fils talk win deal with United 
I Friday: .Senator G. H. Barnard, quarters. 906 Government States foreign policy. 


pharmacy. Mr. Masters **lrt. ' treasurer. 

t 

Cigarette Tobacco Price 
Up Three Cents Tomorrow 

A THREE-CENT price increase per package goe* 
into effect tomorrow on fresh shipments of ciga- 
rette tobacco v>ld by Victoria tobacconists. The 
increase is the result of the budget tax Increases April 
10 . 

A city tobacconist yesterday aald the new price. 28 
’ cents, will probably be marked on new packages, 
which, as yet, have not shrunken in size. 

Imperial Tobacco Co. president E C Wood said In 
Montreal that new sizes of packages will be introduced 
i after present package stocks are exhausted, but would 
give no more Information 

Cigarette prices have already Rone up to 41 cents 
for most brands. 


T.I*C. and CC.L Madera h sv# 
askrd for shout 50 *rru*ndmert« 
fo the l.r A Art and lb*-*w *rw 
expected to receive the study of 
a standing Government commit- 
tee, which will report to the next 
session of Hie Legl*l«tui». 


Talented Girls 
Top W inners 

Three girl* were voted top 
winner* la*t week In the OVI 
Talent on Parade broadcast. 

Set to apirenr with other final- 
ist* at the RC. Product* Fair ar# 
plann-arrontionist Renee | irate, 
15, of Royal Oak: vocalist Arlen# 
PearrT. 13. of 1168 Caledonia Av- 
enue, and elocutkmlsf Marlon# 
Gil hurt, 15. of 1618 Wllvnnt Place. 

They appeared with four other 
mntextantx on the weekly broad- 
cast Monday »t fi pm 

More contestant* will be beard 
on the air over CJV J tomorrow 
at the *am* time. 


Diet, Proper Care Held Best 

Wnca ancient ehrtlltatlon man close how we can keep our hlir One reason >a that their hair i* patch, one of the chief cause* 
hoe been afflicted with baldness, and m*ke It superabundant. coarse, while those of the white of railing hair and dandruff I* 
dandruff, falling and thinning I To each square Inch of the race* have liner hair which Improper diet. You are what you 

hair, a* well a* greying hair. In human scalp there l* approxlm- make* them more susceptible to eat Wild animal* have the best 

oar present age these vorlnu* atcly 1,000 hair* In the average hair Iom The coarser the hair pelt* when they eat an abund- 

h a I r afflictions are more person The total number of the more ebuee It etui stand. The anre of suitable food* A properly 

prevalent hair* In the average head nm* finer the hair, the 1 cm chance fed br-rse has a thick, sleek coat 

During th# part two decade* between 100,000 and 140 000. for survival. of hair, 

noted dermatologist* have nn- Baldness 1* uncommon among According to a North Amerl- We should adhere to well hal 
earthed certain facte which die- Indiana. Chinese and negroes c#n Newspaper Alliance die- anred meal*. Partake of an abund- 


Guards Against Baldness 

anre oT fresh vegetable* and the hair, the expert* *ay Thr*r out. Th# head should be pro ' harm lo fine hair. Avoid *1**o- 
frulta. Avoid rich deserts, the factor* cause baldness, dandruff teried •> Inc dryers- they cause the hair 

sugar* and starches and aoda and thin and grey hair. Contrary A healthy head of hair should to become brittle and the araJp 
pop. When we eat the proper ( to popular belief, grey hair 1* not be washed every ten day* or two dry 

food* the blood earrle* the hereditary. Another cause of week*. Use a good quality of Once In a while It U good U> 
necessary mineral* and vitamin* thinning hair In too much ex- rant tie snap Be sure all the give j#ur hair a warm olive oil 
to the exact source* which posure to the sun It I* foolish soap l* thoroughly rinsed and shampoo when you have your 
nourish healthy hair. and dangerous to sun your hair the hair well dried. Avoid very regular hair wash This I* good 

Nervousness, mental worry and at the beach sll day. All the cold- or hot water rln*e*. they for those who suffer from falling 
lack of proper sleep are bad for natural oil of the scalp la dried shock the scalp and may do hair, or dry. brittle hair or 




Bom# heavy massage work might 
prevent this bore area from 
(vreading too rapidly. 


This fellow hasn't any real 
problem All he has to do Is comb 

from the side* «p. Bet he was a 
curly -headed youngster. 


Aha* Cheating, eh? 8ee that 
little strand of “side" hair poking 
this fellow's head? It's a 
favorite trick. 



Rerv i a case of baldness nearing 
Its final peak. It's hard to comb 
that fussy stuff Going going . , , 



. . . Oone! 1 Not even fun left on 
top here. Imagine how this shiny- 
domed cJttoen feels about a on#- j 
dollar haircut 1 


dandruff. 

Your hair should be bruahed 
dally with a Rond stiff brush Do 
not Irritate the walp when 
brushing- .brush gently precede 
the brushing with a good 
combing. 

Teach your child at an early 
age to develop the habit of 
dally combing and brushing. If 
you wUh to prevent thinning of 
hair and baldness In later life 

Baldness and dandruff ran b« 
acquired In unsanitary barber- 
shops or beauty parlors B* sura 
to patronize only the most 
sanitary shops 

Cutting the hair short In men. 
and bobbing hair in women. Is 
conducive to baldness in men 
and loa* of hiHr In women. The 
reason for thla L* that the j**r- 
*on with shorter hair l* not apt 
to brush hi* or her hair and care 
for It aa properly a* he or •!•# 
would If the hair were longer. 

Annually million* of men and 
women are forced to part with 
their hard-earned dollars All 
kinds of quark medirtne* ar# 
fiddled on the market by gllh- 
tongued advertisers. They wifi 
guarantee to grow hair and re- 
move dandruff. Avmd these hair 
“cures*- they wdfi eventually do 
more harm than good. 






Girls' Drill Team Forms Guard 
For Bride Mary Ethel Williams 


Victoria, B.C. 


fiailit (Coloniat 


Decorated ™ 7 

Tables and Floral Display 
Empress Hotel, May 2, 2 to 9:30 

Under thr Autplcea Junior Auxiliary Julijh** Itonpltal 
ADMISSION 50c EACH students . 2Sc 

Spend an Enjoyable Afternoon or 
fl* Evening Insjxvtlng the 

T ,^ Many L.< vely Displays 


Mins IMiyllis Drvsdale 


St. Paul a Naval and Garmon mitts to match their J rocks, rhine- Leaving lor a honeymoon motor 
Church. Eaqulmalt, was the arene stone necklaces and matching ear trip, the bride wore a navy blue 
of a pretiy wedding Saturday eve- rings, and bandeaux of fresh flow- |a „ ore<i 4Ull w „ h whJle h at with 
nins when «... A. I H.ndy of. er> in «*lr talr Jh. , r( , m „ ow „ , nd trlmmBl 

fi elated at the double ring cere- blooms in their bouquets. Mrs. 

monv uniting Mary Ethel, young- Granlln carried white Iris: the with flowers, white accessories 
Jst daughter of Mrs. Rachael bridesmaids had mauve and vel- and a gardenia corsage. 

Williams. 1343 Esquimau Road, low iris respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Bulmer will make 

and the late Mr. Edward Williams, LUCKY HORSESHOE their home in Victoria. 


Personality of the U 


By EILEEN LF.AROVD 
This is the atory of a young 
rl with wings, redheaded and 
“finitely airborne.* 

Al 21 years of age. Phyllis 
rysdnle, daughter of Mr and 
Ira. Frame Drysdale, 1285 Kings 
:oa/1. la a licensed pilot In- 


Derek Granlln. 


ravels t<> Ufcney. B.C., to take 
n the full time Job of In 
irurior al the airfield there. 
CnnairterfnK the hundred's of 
ours of flying time and the de- 
. i lied knowledge ol meteorology, 
rtgine , theory, navigation, pilot- 
»e and regulations required he- 
re This- licence could he gained. 

* seems almost Incredible that so 
• ini' a person la taking on so 
hhlcnl and responsible a Job. 
However. Mi*% Drysdale is a 
her Inrredlble young woman, i 
u the age of 13 ahe was help - 1 
to build and fly gliders with 
now extinct Gliding Club at 
downe field. 

e was one of the youngest 
«lc in Canada to gnln her prl- 
• pilot’* license (age ifi* and 
was, at the age of 19. the 
ngost girl In Canada to have 
mmerrla! pilot's license en- 
i” her "to carry freight or 
■ds for hire. ’ 

FLYING AT Ifl 
Phyllis, who was horn in Vic- 
•rla and graduated from **Vic 
Ugh". began flying "power 
n.n bines” at the age of IS for It 
ad liecome apparent after two 
osvms that the glider used by 
’he rlub at Lana downe field was 
'.imaged beyond repair. At 
hat time pat Ray Airport was 
xrd exclusively hv the RC.AF. 
nil RAF so she Journeyed 
•nee a week to Cassidy airfield. 
',2 mile- Dp-Island. With the end 


out the color motif of the bride 
and her attendants, formed an 
attractive setting for the service 
music for which was played by 
Mr. Philip Hughes. Mr. Jim Don- 
" while the 


shoes that rate 
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they passed between a guard of 
honor formed by fellow members 
of the Victoria Girls' Drill Team, 
and the bride was. presented with 
a "showered horseshoe' for good 
luck by little Patricia McDowall. 

The reception was hold in the 
parish hall where Mrs. William* 
and Mrs. Bulmer welcomed guests 
with the young couple. Tall 
baskets of white, mauve and yel- 
low flowers with greenery, dec- 
orated the hall. The table, covered 
with a lace cloth and lighted by 
white candles, was centred with 
the three tiered cake topped with 
a silver slipper and motifs sent 
t from Ireland. The toast was given 


The 68th annual convention of 
the Women's Christian Temper- 
ance Union of British Columbia 
will be held on Monday and Tues 
day al Centennial United Church. 
Gorge Road. 

Mrs. R. H. Boyer, provincial 

president, will preside. 

On Monday evening there will 
be a medal contest, an address 
bv Mr. J s A. Wild and a film en- 
titled "Liquid Lore." Mrs. J. A. 
Lade, national president, will 
speak on "A Forward Look” on 
Tuesday evening. 


'Because' 


aldson sang 
register was being signed. 

HEIRLOOM RING 

The bride, given in marriage by , 
Mr. Stephen Doran, was lovely 
In a gown of white nylon mar- ! 
qulsette over whisper • taffeta, 
fashioned with portrait neckline,. j 
long pointed sleeves and bouffant 
skirt. Her finger-tip veil of Il- 
lusion net was arranged under 
a Juliet cap In satin scroll dealgn. 
A Jeweled ring belonging to the 
groom's great aunt, was her only 
j ornament. A /hower bouquet of 
red camellias completed the 
bride's ensemble. 

Her attendants in pastel tints 
were Mrs. Derek Granlln, her 
■ sister, as matron of honor, wear- 
ing lilac; bridesmaids. Miss Ivy 
Bulmer. sister of the groom, in 
yellow, and Miss Cathy Wllllard 
in soft green, their gowns being 
similarly styled in nylon marqui- 
sette over whisper taffeta with 
; cap sleeves and bouffant skirts. 


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up In twin engine planes. For j 
her Instructor's license she had 
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Possibly the greatest test, has 
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Miss Drysdale s red hair account* 
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Mrs, Peck ; Monica Hodgson Mrs. Junipei Joyce Mvn/ies. 
Scrace W alter Marmo. ‘Mr. Peck". Pat Aiwtey. Dorothy P<*k." 
Mr. Juniper." James McGrath is directing. 


"I ove With Variations' 
are. from left to right 
Maud IVck ", Laurie 


Fhr Duchess Says Her Prayers. " which is I lac choice of Sr 
s this year. Above from left to right Miss Kay f oster as 
Ronm Gilmore, the Duke, and ( aro) WooMon as Cecilia. I he 
Duchess is being directed by Pcrle Nickel!*. 


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By Dorothy Wrotnowslci, Social Editor 

out Yr Island Drama letttval nail he held m the auditorium of 
o /. M tn/ I to 5, inclusive. 

• Festival are Ihs Honor the l ieutenant Governor and Mrs 
U' /'. Stratth. Minister of Education, and Mis Stratth: His 
rc\i /.' tiforgi and Mt.s George. Capt. D.J. Rroudfoal M I A . 
>t M i si Kathleen Agneu} and Mr Stuart Keatt. 
utt II off ic tail's open the I estival on I aesdau evening at H o'c los A. 

Colonist photos by Jim Ryan, 


The Island Vagabond Players have chosen excerpts from “The Rivals" for their Festival entry Pictured 
above, from left to right 1 eslir D Clarke, Captain Absolute Grace linker. I ydia l anguish , Mrs. 
Edith Gibson, the director, as Mrs Malaprop Carol MacCofmac. I ucy Sheila Edwards. Julia and 

Henry Stubbing*. Sir Anthony Absoluts. 


Mr Jerrv Webb. Miss Noel Cusack. Mrs. Pat Fairweather. Mrs Olive Keane and Mr. Archie Bain member* 
of the cast of the I heatre Guild plar. Family Album Audrey St Denys Johnson i* directing the play. 












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eld at Minn ress Hotel 


24 €ailu (Colonist Vkt.m, b.c . SuV, *pd 29. mi 


Bride's Heirloom Brooch 
For " Something Old 


Mrs. Senior, Mrs. King and Mr. A1 Senior ar.d Mr. William King sit a dance out at the Firemen’s 

Ball. 


coronet ami veil and carried blue 
1ri*s and pink camauona. Mias 
Carol Ann Yaklmowlch was 
flower girl in a long white aatm 
frock and carried a basket of car- 
nations. 

The bridegroom was attended 
by Mr. U**:»e Curran, and ushers 
were Mr. Alex Onlachuk, brother 
of the bride, and Mr. Bill Head. 


Mr. and Mrs. James Byam 
CrulkMtank are spending a honey- 
moon on the Mainland following 
their wedding Saturday evening 
at Centennial United Church. 

Rev. G. R. Ashford read the 
nuptial servb-e when Irene Hath 
erine, only daughter of Mr. *pd 
Mrs. A. Oniwhuk. 550 Alpha 
Strret. •xchanged vows and ring* 




Cove. Sidney. B.C. 

To the ^trains of the Wedding 
1 March the pretty bride. Altired in 
I the traditlon.il white satin misted 
by a floor length veil caught to 
her head by a coronet of orange 
blossoms, walked up the aisle 
with her father. Her gown was 
styled with net yoke with Insets 
of lace In the fitted bodice and 
full skirt which swept into a 
train, and lily point sleeves. She 
wore the groom’s gift of rhlne 
stone necklace and earrings and 
for "something old" an heirloom 
brooch. She carried a rawaile 
bouquet of red roses and Uly of 
the valley. 

Maid of honor was Miss Ann 
Zlobro. gowned in turquoise blue 
1 tn*Ceta with coronet of matching 
i fltm-rs and small veil and carry- 
I ing a bouquet of pink carnations 
and blue iris: Miss Olga I^rschuk 
wore a brldomaid s frock of pink 
brocade with matching floral 


wheie the parrnts of the newly 
weds received guests with them. 
Tlie three tiered cake topped with 
pink rosebuds, was flanked with 
lighted white candles in antique 
brass holders. 

leaving on the midnight boat 
for the honeymoon the bride wore 
a powder blue guhardine suit with 
brow n Treehark straw hat. brown 
snakeskln shoes and purse and a 
corsage of red roses. 

The rouple will make their 
home at 932 Aral Road, on their 
return. 

Mr and Mrs. Georg* R. Lovatt, 
2038 Milton Street, have returned 
from a month* holiday in 
California and Mexico. Whtla 
away, they were the guests of 
Mr and Mra. M. Merritt. Santa 
Barbara; Mr., and Mrs. ’ Eric 
Dunn. Palo Alto; and Mrs J. 
Human, San Franclrco The lat- 
ter two couples are formerly of 
i Victoria. 


Rose’s “Royal Series” 


Deputy Fire Chief F. W. Briers. Mrs. Brlndle. Fire Chief R. T. Brtndle and Mrs. Briers pause for 
photographer at the annual Firemen* Ball held at the Empress Hotel Ballroom on Friday 

evening. 


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Rose’s “Royal Series” 


Luncheon at Government House 
To Honor Five May Brides-Elect 

SOCIAL AND PERSONAL 

Five May-time brldes-elect will be honor guests at a lunerfeon to be given by Mrs. Wallace at 
Government House on Wednesday. Mlsa Rachel Juices, daughter of Major and Mrs. A. H. Juki*. 
Mount Newton Crossroad, whose marriage to Mr. William Olles Mackenzie taker, place on May 6, 
and Miss Alison Smith will come from Vancouver for the event. The three Victoria girls are Miss 
Marjorie Wrlde, Miss Joan Gonnason and Mias Pamela Fraser. 

a * * Mrs. Wallace B. Creery will 

/ • - C i» entertain at tea at Admirals 

jCUl Ulfl for Britain House on Tuesday when mem- 

A surprise bon voyage party was given by Mrs Ethel Badminton bers of the W.A. to the Royal 
and Mrs Alice Brooks at the home of the latter, 3005 Cadboro Bay Canadian Navy will be guests. 
Knad. in honor of her mother. Mrs. Mary Agnes Ripley, who is • • • o 

UOTln* lor an extended visit t « Orvst Britain and the Continent. .Honoring Miss Margaret Baird. 
The honor ,uest »ax presented with a corsage and golng-away 

present. Games were played and musical selections 'ere -given by ^ ^ (|onl “ 0( MK , Maxln , 

Mrs. Andrua and Mrs. Llmer. Guests Included Mrs. Anders, Mrs 2829 Inc* Drive. A 

A. Martin. Mrs. B. Murdoch, Mra. R. E. Holker, Mra. 8. Tierney. coraa p, e 0 f pa ] e yellow roses was 

Mrs. F. Fairchild. Mrs. D. Dawea, Mrs. J. Berwick. Mrs. S. DendofI, presented to the guest of honor. 

Mis. A. Edwards. Mrs. E. Llmer. Mrs A M. 8plcer, Mrs. M. Loodman, w hUe pink carnation* were 

Mr* E Bulllvant. * presented to the bride’s mother. 

* a a Mrs. M. P. Baird, and to the 


Weddiuj: 


Mi*. A. Edwards. Mrs. E. Llmer. Mrs A M. Spicer, Mrs. M. Loodman, wbilie* pink carnations were 
Mrs E Bulllvant. * presented to the bride’s mother. 

* a a Mrs. M. P. Baird, and to the 

. . . groom-elect * mother, Mrs. R. B 

hntertainmu today Owen* Those present were: 

n J , . w Mrs. R. Katier, Mrs. O. Mc- 

Mlos Madeline Coltl*. who 1* leaving for Europe early In May, ^ r tj iur an d Misses Ixirralne and 
will be the honor guest when Miss Patricia Slnnott entertain* on Anita Baird, Beverley Bradley, 
Sunday at a tea at her home on Dereen Place. Miss Peggy Jean Cunningham. Norma DuT- 
Gonnason will preside at the tea table which will be covered with field. Peggy Knudsen, Lois Molr. 
a Venetian lace cloth and centred with a floral arrangement of Ada Norman. 8hrlla Rolaseiter. 
Plug tulip. xnd Jap. new cherry blo«om.. “ 


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LoLs McGregor. Pat Mugford and 
Marlene Whltely. 


4 01 ... w/;..,r II. f rs/.rv Tnn f Ml*s Hilda Hutchison, popular 

.Attending Bursary 14(1 bride-to-be, was honored re 

Among those who have made reservations for the Womens ’ !? r joined 1 a 

Cxnxdlun Club bura.ryhrlc.gr. c.nMU.nd t» p.rly to be held home of 

at Eatons on Friday. May 4. from 2^30 to 5 pm . are Mra. R. the lattpr 1339 camswe Street. 
Spillsbury. Mrs. John Ewing, Mrs. C. H O Halloran, Mrs. Wallace A corsage of pink carnations 


Mrs. Wlljlam Leroy Worthy, 1826 Belmont Avenue, announces 
the engagement of her daughter. Grace Harriett, to Lieut. 
William Kanwleher, R.C.N.. son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil KanwUher, 
Vancouver. The wedding will take place on May 5 at 2 30 p m. 
at First Baptist Church with Rev. O. R. Easter officiating. 
Attending Miss Worthy will be Miss Martha Worthy. Mrs. Jack 
Evans, Miss Marilyn Polling and Linda Bowbyes as flower girl. 


Pretty Wedding 
At Mill Bay 

In Hie tiny chapel adjacent 
the <^ii'*en Alexandra Solarium 
at Mill Hay the Reverend Mr. J. 
Wlllb of St. John's Church. Cob- 
ble Hill, officiated last Saturday 
at the marriage of Miss J. l-rsli'* 
Souier and Mr. Lance I.. Jlnopc!. 

The bride, a nurses' aid at tltr 
| Solarium, Is tlie daughK-r of Mrs 
M. Harvey of Kin tore. Aberdeen 
shirr. Scotland and the late Mr. 
Alex Souier of Moiir; nusk At> 
erdeeiv hlre. She was «iye - *>f in i 
marriage by an old f.ini-b '• -end. 
Mr. Charles l ort»e of Powell 
• River, formerly of K into re. 

A bridal guv " • f white and a 
bouquet of caninli'TM was chosen 
by the hr.de v. » was attended by 
Miss I .a lira Cuddy. 

Follow ln~ i he reremonv an In- 
formal reception was helfl at the 
home of the groom's parents, Mr 
and Mrs. D. R. Hooper of Cherry 
Point. 


Mr. Fraser Lister, the shifting 
and comedy star of the Van- 
couver Theatre Under the Stars, 
is spending a few days in 
Victoria. 


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Canadian Club burrary bridge eantsU and Ua party to be held „ how( . r nt the homp of TEA ON WEDNESDAY 

at Eaton's on Friday. May 4. from 2.30 to 5 pm., are Mr*. K ^ latter 1339 Camswe Street I The Grange Group of St. Col 
Spillsbury. Mrs. John Ewing. Mrs. C. H O'Halloran. Mr*. Wallace A cor , a(rr ot pJnk carnations umba’s Church met recently it 
Courtney. Mrs. Harold Campbell. Mr*. John Vlllleri- Fisher, Mrs. cfn tffd with a single rose, was the home of Mm. A. <». Bidding- 

Gordon Kenning, Mrs. W. E. Stepney, Mrs. Charles Wilson. Mrs. prMen ted to the bride-elect, ton. 1100 Burnside Road, with 

John Lynch. Mrs. K. Malcolm, Mrs. H. A. Sommers. Mrs. H. while her mother received white Mrs. G. S. Bagot in the chair. 

Dulmage. Mrs. E. Wallace. Mrs Philip Ellis. Mrs Thomas Johnson, carnations . Little Jo Ann Runr rl » n * In thl 

Mrs A C Sinclair Mrs John Egan. Mrs. W Toogood. Mrs. J. Noel dell and Barry Vivian presented Maytime Tea to he held In the 
l » Mr, A. h“ COX. Mr, ^ H.ndcrxon, Mr, .he prrr.v R. 

Roland Kingham. Mrs Bob Wa l lace Mm^W*! ter groom-elect Gav 8prlng flowers Avenue, on Wednesday. May 

Douglas Wallis. Mrs J. Davidson. Mrs. W. A. Allen. Mr*. H. B. dworated tl)e roojna an( j tall from 3 to 5 p.m. , 

Dawson, Mrs. 8. J. Willis. Mrs. M Chrl.wie, Mrs. R. T. Wa.lnce, ^^ite tapers In silver candelabra _ ” , 


Dawson, Mrs. 8. J. Willis. Mrs. M. ChrLWie, Mrs. R. T. Wallace, white tapers In silver candelabra 
Mrs. H. H. Shandley. Mrs. Leslie Aylard, Mrs. T. H. Johns. Misses r( . n t rff t (he refreshment table. 
K. and N. Panton. Miss M Ashworth. Mrs. R Wilde, Mrs. R D. Miss Joan and Bnrbara Hill 
Harvey. Mrs D. F. C. MarArthur. Mrs. W. H. Wilson, president, assisted In scrying. Tlie guest* 
and Mrs E. S. Farr, vice-president, will receive the guest*. were: Mrs. W. Hutchison. Mrs. 

* * * * R Hin - Mr * A Mayo, Mrs. A. 


and Mrs E. S. Farr, vice-president, will receive the guest*. were: Mrs. W. Hutchison. Mrs. 

.... R Hill. Mrs. A. Mayo. Mrs. A. 

Vivian. Mrs L Mottershead, Mrs. 
The f.ve- month -old son of Mr. and Mrs. O. O Little, 3007 r Ludvlrson. Mrs R. Jones, Mrs. 
Fifth Street, received tlie names David Robert, at christening m Botltho. Mrs G McKay. Mrs. 
ceremonies conducted by Rev. E. J. Hu) ford at Christ Church E. Zaccarelll. Mrs. B Ward. Mrs. 
Cathedral. The baby wore a handmade lace cap belonging to his J Hopwood. Mrs. L. PortrT. Mrs 
maternal grandmother. GodparcnU were Mrs. R. Goldfinch. Mr O. RJ^hle f ttrs F. 

Robert Thompson and Mr. George Hagen. About 17 were present B^baraard 

.1 x te. |lx,« .1 the him. hom. following th. «r,m«n». Mr, n ®^ dell , nd 

G. E. Chapman, the baby s maternal grandmother, and Mrs N. Barry Vivian. 

Marshall, his paternal great-grandmother, poured teg. ' ■ 

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Mis* Marlon Rice of S*n Francisco returned south on 
Wednesday after spending a month In Victoria, the guest of Mrs M All II I DP t II TP 

Lillian Sweeney. 1026 Park Boulevard. Several teas were given I mPHIIHIVIUlv 

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Ilailn (Eolontfit Victoria B.C„ W. April 29, 19S1 


Is Announced 


Lite May 


At Showers 
Before Marriage 

LADYSMITH. April 28. - Mrs 
Nllo Mantuanl. the former Alice 
Popovltch, R.N, was guest of 
honor recently at a prenuptial 
shower held at the home of the 
hostess. Mrs. Joseph Berto, Sec- 
ond and French Street. 

Mm. Berto presented Mis* Pop 
ovitch with gifts of china ar- 
ranged on a lace-covered service 


Mr. and Mr*. Frederick Varney. 
Shelboume Street. Victoria, an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
daughter. Evelyn Theodora, to Mr. 
Alan Hugh Lester, son of Mr. 
John J. Lester, Major Road. Cor- 
dova Bay. The wedding will take 
place at St. Aidans' United Church 
May 26, 1951. at 3 p.m. 


c targe account* frit'ifad. 


Mr. and Mr*. Fred Painter. 640 
Pine Street, announce the engage- 
ment of their eldest daughter, 
Myrtle Alice, to Jack Allen Dry*- 


son. helped unwrap the gift* 
Guests Included Mm. John Popo 
vitch. Sr.. Mm. Paddy Thompson, 
Mrs. Robert Strang. Mm. Mary 
CrudL Mm. Hugh McKenzie. Mm. 
Ron Bowen. Mm. Jack Popovltch. 
Mrs. George Robertson. Mm. Alan 
Carey and Mm. Joseph Berto. 

Mis* Popovltch was guest of 
honor also at a shower when Mm. 
Paddy Thompson and Mm. Rob- 
ert Strang were hostesses. 

Mis* Popovltch, until her re- 
cent marriage to Mr. Mantuanl of 
Powell River, had been on the 
staff of the Powell River Hospi- 
tal. 

The young couple are spending 
a honeymoon motoring In Mexico, 
by way of Texas. They will visit 
the bride's uncle. Capt. Mark 
Popovltch. and hi* wife at El 
Paso, Texas. 

Upon their return they will re- 
side at Powell River. 


Street. The wedding to take place 
at First Baptist Church .Saturday, 
May 19, 1951, at 8 o'clock. 


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Mr. and Mrs. David RAndall 
2815 Shakespeare Street, wish to 
announce the engagement of their 
only daughter. Betty, to A.B. 
Gordon La Roy, R.C.N., son of Mr. 
and Mrs. C. La Roy, Golden. B.C. 
The wedding will take place May 
25, First United Church, 8 p.m. 


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Mr. and Mm. H. S. Cann of 
Nakusp. B.C., announce the en- 
gagement of their daughter, Jean, 
to Mr. Kenneth George Mitchell, 
son of Mr. and Mm. A. R. H. 
Mitchell of Victoria. The wedding 
will take place In St. Michael's 
Anglican Church, Vancouver. May 
26, 1951, at 7 p.m. Rev. Stanley 
Higgs officiating. 




■ - Chita hr 0 «<>rt« , — Phoi^fcy Rohm Iton. 

Mr, and Mrs. Percy D. Dutot, 2331 Pacific Avenue, Victoria, announce the engagement of their 
only daughter, Beverley Harriett Frances, to Warren D. F. Pready. only son of Mr. and Mrs. P. D. 
Pready, 528 Lampson 8treet. The wedding will take place at First United Church on May 28 

, at 8 p.m. 


First organization of dentist* 
In Canada was the Dental As- 
sociation of Ontario, formed 
early In 1887. 


Mr. and Mm. A. Ireland, 325 
Slmcoe Street, wish to announce 
the engagement of their only 
daughier, Marian Elizabeth, to 
P.O. William Raines. R.C.N., eld- 
est son of Lieut and Mm. F. A. 
Raines, 1211 Palmer Road. The 
wedding will take place at Metro- 
politan United Church on May 19 
at 7:15 p.m. Rev. Whitehouse of- 
ficiating. 


Mid-May Nuptials Announced 


Announce Engagement 


Mm. Lilly Grant 1123 Bay St. 
wishes to announce the engage- 
ment of her daughter, Lily Ann, 
to John William Hall, son of Mr. 
and Mm. W. Hall of Hamilton. 
Ont. Wedding to take place May 
18. 1951. 


Mr. and Mm. W. Robb. 31 South 
Turner Street, wish to announce 
the engagement of their younger 
daughter, Ethel Ann. to Ronald 
Mudie Smith, son of Mm. W. J. 
Smith, 3856 Cadboro Bay Road, 
and the late Mr. W. J. Smith. The 
wedding to take place at St. 
Aldans' Church. May 25, 1951, at 
8 o'clock. 


Mm. F. Wlttrup. Sidney. R.C.. 
wishes to annminre the enrage 
ment of her daughter. Gertrude 
Rose Brown, to Mr. Charles John 
Skinner, only son of Mr. and Mr*. 
B. A. Skinner of Winnipeg. The 
wedding will take place in Sidney 
on June 2. 


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Mm. Ethel Holdsworth. 1344 
Minto Street, wishes to announce 
the engagement of her only 
daughter. Marjorie, to Mr. A1 
fred Brlmacombe of Vancouver. 
The wedding will take place 
May 12. 1951, at the Metropoli- 
tan United Church Manse. Rev 
A. E. Whitehouse officiating. 


Mr. and Mm. T. Mawhinney. 165 
Simms Avenue, wish to announce 
the engagement of their only 
daughter. Anne Victoria, to 
Charles Archibald Hamilton, eld- 
est son of Mr. and Mm. A. 
Hamilton, Santa Barbara, Calif. 
The wedding will ta"ke place June 
1. 1951, 7:30 p.m. at Krsklne Prea- 
bylerian Church. Rev. Thompson 
officiating. 


— r»mph*u pms®. 

Mr. and Mrs. A. Ireland. 325 81mcoe Street, announce the 
engagement of their daughter. Marlon Elizabeth, to Petty 
Officer William' Rain***, eldest son of Lieut, and Mrs. F. A. 
Raines. 1241 Palmer Road. The wedding will take place on 
May 19 at 7 13 pm. at Metropolitan United Church with Rev. 
Dr A. E. Whitehouse officiating. Miss Betty Cooper of Kelowna 
will attend the bride. P.O. Raines has Just returned from duty 
In Korea aboard H M.C5. Cayuga. , 


mail or&trt promptly titled 


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Mr. and Mm. E. Tlngstad. 
1555 Pembroke Street, an- 
nounce the engagement of their 
daughter. Gladys Ellda, to Her- 
bert Wenman Wlshart, son of 
Mr. and Mm. H. Wlshart Sid- 
ney. The wedding will he 
^pl<'mnlzed by Rev. K. VV. Rr.b 
Inson on May .6 at 8 p.m. at 
Glad Tidings Tabernacle. Mis* 
Joyce Hagen will be maid of 
honor. Misses Martha Dyke and 
Bernice Tingstad, bridesmaids, 
and Lorraine Tingstad will be 
flower girl. 


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1. Are living In a house that can accommodate six girl* or 
six boy* in their early teens. 

1. Have experience with thi* age group. 

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Phone Family and Children's Service Beer on illl 
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The Opii Mrs. Club will meet at 
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• • • ' The Second Mile Group of First 

The Little I leliiers of St. John's Baptist Church met recently 
Church will hold their annual ser a t the home of Mrs. Roebeck. 
vice and tea party oh Tuesday at Quamichan Street, Mm. A. Mor- 
2:30 p.m. son presided with Mm. I. Markay 

..n « * w and Mm. A. Middleton in charge 

Th. Ovrrvn. Who, Club win „ pr „ Kr » m . On th. prn K r«tn 
bold, W«lnM- m „ vrrt , „ )o , by Mm. R. 
day. M«y 2, In the Puhllc Market, M>clnln . h accompanied by Mr*, 
at 9 a m. ^ O. M. Brown. 

Happy Valley P.-T.A. will hold 

a dance In Luxlnq Hall on May 4. Member* of th* Womens 
Old time and modem dancing wiU Symphony Commit t ee will act 
on the nr.H-n.m M usher* for. the April 30 per- 

, , , formance of Beethoven’* Ninth 

The Catholic Women'* League. Symphony at the Arena Con- 
Oak Bay *ubdlvl*ion. will meet vener of the usher* will be Mr*, 
on Mav 1 at 7:30 pm. in the George Dunlop, and assisting her 
parish hall. By changing Irom will be Mrs Henry Gilliland Mrs. 
afternoon to evening meeting It G M. Terry, Mrs. John Nation, 
la expected to bring a larger at- Mrs. Oeorge Gregory. Mrs Ian 
tendance. Summer activities Butters, Mrs Bruce McOregor. 
wtH- be planned with objective | Mrs. Arthur Baker, and Mr*. H 
of furnishings for th* new hall. W Sparks. 


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Norbcrg. Mr? A. V, Rackman, all 
of Camp S. Bloedel, and Mrs. A. 
King. Mrs. J .Depew and Mrs. M. 
■Sawvpr of Campbell River. 


Of Interest Here 

Pale pink flowers decorated 8t 
Marys Anglican Church. Van- 
couver. yesterday afternoon tor 
the wedding of Betty Bernice, 
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H- J 
Hall In gum. Vancouver, and Mr 
Hugh Anthony 'Tony* Beck, son 
of Mrs. Helen Beck and Mr Hugh 
H. Berk of Victoria * The Rev 
Mr Dudley Kemp officiated and 
“ Carr was the 


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CAMP 5. BLOED&L. April 28. 
Mrs. N. B. Hall of Campbell 


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Given in ' marriage by her bridge and luncheon recently m 
father, the bride was lovely in a aid of '.the Ladies’ Auxiliary to 
gown of pale, pink venLse lace Lourdes Hospital at Campbell 
moulded over duchess satin, with River. 

overskirt or pink illusion. The | Ior guests were Mrs. W. Anti- 

gown was fashioned with crlno- fjlve c. A. Pierce, Mrs. E. 

line skirt, and lace jacket with W ilson. Mrs. H. Parker Mrs. R. 

petal point sleeves and collar DatneSr Mrs. N. Smith. Mr*. N- 

edged with lace flowers. A chapel _ -4- ^ - - 

length veil fell from her lace r-.iii.. ut.Mt.na >% 

borinet appUqu«l with • U" F ",' . Ik *' 1 

flowers centred with seed pearls. wa,fr 1 X&.U& 

Her bouquet was of pale pink i:u SLjm£V\ 

gardenias and stephanotls r *i— • * •• w “ r* 4 *' 

Mr* David K Payne, matron 

of honor, and Miss Joan Millar, fgRTABS t .nun ' 

bridesmaid, wore gowns of u„t ** 

frosted organdy over faille. _>.yy g£+ 
fashioned with crinoline skirts uW „ « *i>> »t«h Wra. 

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The annual linen shower arranged by the Ladle* Committee, will be held at the BC. Protestant 
Orphanage on May 3 from 3 to 5 p.m. Tea will be served and the youngsters will present a 
program, arranged by the Junior Auxiliary Here Ttmmle. Bonl and Jill play on the Orphanage 
grounds under the watchful eyes of assistant matron Mis* Violet Clemo and Junior a.sMstan^ 
Miss Juanita Huckln. Matron Mrs. A. Barner states that pillow slips add hand towels are 

especially needed. 


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LADYSMITH. April 28 More 
than 150 persons viewed 72 
framed pieces of needlepoint and 
petit point on display in the 
Parish Hall this week, under 
sponsorship of the W A to St. 
John s Anglican Church 

The exhibit Is but half of a 
valuable collection of 150 pieces 
owned and displayed by Mrs. 
Violet te C». Johnston, of Van- 
couver. Her entire collection Is 
valued nf $50 000. A petit-point 
purse with 3.364 stitches to the 
.■square Inch on n fine silk gauze 
mesh won highest honor's in 
Canada It Is valued at $500 
Mrs Harvey Wallace and Mr*. 
William Brooks were In charge 
of publicity for the exhibit; Mrs. 
William Westwood was gentff-al 
convener of tea. There were two 
exhibits and two classes in in- 
struction. 


Mar.* Hath Photo*. 

Mr. and Mrs. Hamilton J Chung, Torquay Drive, Gordon Head, announce the engagement of 
their daughter. Lilian Bo-Ptng, to Mr. Owen Hong 81ing. only son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hong 
Sling, of New York City and Hong Kong. Miss Chung is a graduate of Victoria College and 
received her B A. In Languages at UB.C. In 1947. Mr. Sling received hLs Bachelor of Science 
degree at Rutgers University In 1947. Both bride and groom elect received their Master of 
Arts tn Stanford University In 1950. the former from the School of Education and Mr. Sling 
from the School of Engineering. While at Stanford Miss Chung was made a member or Upsllon 
Chapter. Pty Lambda Theta, National Honor Association for Women In Education. Mr Sling 
is now an ensign of the United States Navy and is an eleptrlcal engineer at the Sylvanla 
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Chinese immigration to Amer- 
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A wedding of Interest here took and Mrs. fl Olbb. aunt of the 
place at 81 Monicas Catholic groom, received the guests The 
Church. 8*nt* M.nlc, O, . on 

A,rnl 7. .hen Blmon, LouLv. (or NfV( york , fom 

daughter of Mr. and Mr* Wil- they Milled aboard the 

11am Henry Blakely. 508 Ninth g t ,rpn Mary lor England and 
Street. Santa Monica formerly France the bride a going away 
of Victoria, wil-. united in mar- costume was a yellow gabardine 
rlage with Mr Frlc Alexander suit with brown accessories 
Ritchie son of Mr and Mr 4 Mr and Mrs. Rltchte will make 
FYed Ritchie. Morden, Surrey, their home In Santa Monica. 
England. Rev Father F BVXtOfl 
relrbrtaed the nuptial moss 
HEIRLOOM VEIL 
The bride, who whs given tn 
marriage by her father, was 
lovely In a gown of white satin 
cut on princess lines and lace 
Peter Pan collar. HPr veil of 
heirloom lace came from her 
grandmother In Fr*nrf, A 
bouquet of white orchid*, gar 
drains and stephanotls com 
pleted her ensemble 
Mrs. Eugene McKinnon, 
matron of honor, wore pale 
green marquisette and carried 
s colonial bouquet of Cavalier 
rose* with gardenia centre, while 
Miss Andree Leon bridesmaid, 
and Miss Linda Knox. Junior 
bridesmaid, wore pale yellow 
tapeta and carried colonial 
bouquets of sweet peas. t>ctlt 
pink roses with gardenia centres. 

Mr. Hugh Leach was best man 
and Mr Arthur Knox, the bride's 
cousin ushered 

A reception was held at the 
bride’s home where her mother 


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Time of Tout Ufa 

Bumiat Peak 
I Sunday Peek _____ 

, Meet frank Sinatra 
| Meet Pran* Blnalra 
Meet Irene Mtnaira 
rRrid Bgeaded 


M. 'opclitaa Tab 
Ke*» 

Mu. to 

Chureh af th* A»r 
lirael Aaaoctatlan 
I'uureduatt Oat pal 
Jl»< 6 ;i ring * tv 

Ca'l of China 
Call of China 
Aiurtch F*«i.Hy 


Syrapiumy Orclieetra 
hvinch.-ny Oreheeua 
himphany Orrh**tra 
svn< phony Orobeetra 

Symphony Orehtaira 
Symphony Orcl^etra 
Church or the Air 
Church of Air 


I 00 i cnunlt Oroadcaat 

0 il | Chureh Broadcaat 
] 90 1 Nr*. carl 

1:1) Three SmU* 

7 M Th# Wav I Mr* It 

1 U Mu»le bv Rath 

I Id ( R**»!ln* ire 1 inn tea 
I it ' ftf.fi in* tne Punniaa 


N»»e: Scotland 


ChrtlMan Jtt A«U'»a 
of biatl 
Mctaac* of Drael 

H.ilVbl Hour 
Revival Hour 
l<f lUal Hour 
Rrtival Hour 


Munru* dco' .and 
Dounl* Scot. and 
DtKiCC t Order* 

Neoy. Melody 
Furtrail* in Meir 
Pamil* Ttiratr* 
PamUy Tb.atre 


TTWOOPS ROTcrrTLUVa; PROMPT 
. ecrviee, i«a*o..*L.*_rAiei. Pm.ee Ai- 


Th# CotonlM *H1 not be reapaneibl* for 
more than an* incorrect laeertlan of any 
adveru**m*nt entered lor more than on* 

mu 


Vnitad Chan* I ITS «-fh j:.-r 


He«t. 

Uni'ed Church 
Family Ttieatr* 
Family Theatre 


Vok* of Prophecy 
Vmce ol Pinpl.tcy 
Orta teat Story 


COMD-to m.oiory of a loving bu<band 
and dad M»nry Cope. »ho paeeed **ay 
April 30. 1010 

Out.a f rum ue but leafing memorlea 
Dealli can never a*, aeay 
Memr.rtet that ell! ale aye Unger 
While upon IhU earth «* etay 
— Aleav* vemenii-ered bv hU loving alfe. 
tUugh’er and aon-in-lb*. ■ 


Neet Hi! Parad# 
hauetn « Hi'. P.iad# 
Bathin'. Hit Pared* 
Nation « Ult Pared* 


A CHI AO*. QAIPIHI C*R tOTg 
t< i>i.ghe«l. 6..e.M"i g and eaeavaUns. 
B. P I'riV. 3001 Viaior BTM) 

» urrntR jua. plocohino. oiac- 

j.‘\ ing. euliiveisn*. eaievatlng. barkdil* 
tng. Free eoiPteiea Dvn Mann, 8 Rtll. 


Jake and the Kid 
Critically spvaAiag 
Rd Muiaan 

John flaher 
free. VVu'Mt 
Organ Re* Hal 

(>:**» Recital 


Unit anawaring Help Wanted advertlee- 
mar.la do not ericioM anginal referem**- 


Aide h Patoliy 


Blind Da*# 
Blind Dalr 
True wr Pale# 
True or fa*« 


Rov Hogera 


Billy Graham 
mill Oraham 
Thl* Week *• Bom* 
Tbit Week at Home 


Charlie Wild 
Charlie Wild 
MOlil* Saf»» *f 
Mali!* Safeway 


a 00 I Rov Ri'grra 
l it Rov. fUicert 
g 30 Our Mir* Broake 

3 Oj Our MU. Br ooke 

* 00 b'jlii Venture 

4 13 hu d Yvr.iurr 
*10 | Amo* n Andy 

* *4 adm p Andy 

g 00 Cherll* McCarthy 

5 IS Cr arlie MiCartRy 
3 30 | Bri’uh Banda 

3 *3 Hritl.h Band* 


Nt»i Waiuuaa 

Wg|t*itme 
Wau* u tea 
Walt* time 


Roy Ritger* 
Nil k carter 
Nick Carter 


BfRTIIS 


Take a Number 
Take a Number 
Comedy of Error* 
Comedy Of Krrer* 


I ROTOTILUNO. PHOMPT S1MVICR. 
Bill Meadoaa COtOulH J*P 
ROTTR t. ARDEN WflEN »OTi> 
tilled bv Prenk OMS. O Hop 
UT KINDS OP litUGKS TVItMMsK 
Hell t i* 


ARBKR -Burn to Dr and Mre. P W Arter 
MM Iv.n RlrtrlAll *1 Nanaimo ' 
Moepltal. Nanaimu, SC.. AprU 31. 1031, 

a aaugntar. 


AnUera Time 


The Big Bi.ttM 
The Dig Bfu'W 
Phil Htrrit Ailoa 
Pa»e She* 


Jank Benny 


Winnipeg Cnniert 
Winnipeg Concert 
Mr L'ncle Louie 
My Pnclt Lnule 

P'artlme 

aierMnt# 

Btaruma 
Slat tuna 


New* Jo-Ja 

Jn-.Hi 

Kiddle Krperw 
Kiddle Kapera 

N-we; We* tern Hit# 
Wei'ern Hit Parad# 
M. ei ' »rn Hit Parada 
Weturn Hit Paiad* 

New# , PretrripUoa 
tot P'eaeurg 
Preecriptios 
for Pleat ura 

Neva Lnobardw 

Q iv Lombarde 
Ted Lewit Show 
Ted Lewi* hli«» 


An’h* m Time 
Light and Ul* Rt»at 
Ligbl and Life Hour 


Jack Benny 
Ana* 'O' Andy 
Amo* 'n' And y 

Edgar Bergen 
Idea; Bergen 
Newt 

Silver Sport* Ed Ulan 

Carllte Archer 
“oni.! Arrhef 
ffnrae. Heidi 
Horace Heldt 

Contentfd Hnur 
rontenved Huu» 

The W ill. Her 
The Whittle* 


LEA -In loving memory of our deer eon 
Erie. Edward Ut*. Utel with HMC3 
A'haha.kan, In th* CnglDb Channel. AprU 

3M IPti 

Somewiier* bark ef the eunewt where lovo- 
llnett never die*. 

Re U**« in a lard ol giorr midat the blue 
and gold of the able*. 

And w* who dearly iovwu mm who** peek- 
ing hat bruughl many tear* 
at Will eheriah hie mertvorj ala ay* to brtgnun 
yii I th* patting yeara. 

I -Ever remembered by Mum. Ded broth- 
er* and enter 


Jr. Radio Tbeatrg 
Jr Radio Tlwairw 
Jr. Radio Tbeair* 
Jr Radio Theatre 

TT You Like tl 
a. Vmi Like It 
A. You Like II 
I A. Yc-U Ll«a 11 


Edgar Betgen Sbow 
Edgar Bergen 6b«W 

Ynur Ho*l 

Your Boat 


Harmony Hou»# 
Harmony Houea 
Harmony Huue* 
Harmuns Houm 


Mualc with tho 
Horniel Girl* 
Theatre Guild 


BOWES -Born to Mr. and Met A. * 

t tiwe. bit Vktofl* Avenue, on April 
I, 1131, at Royal Jubilee Ha*pl<ai a 
aon. Alban Rov^ert, a brothar for Boonie. 


Slop Ui* Mu»!e 


Theatre Guild 


BrJTER GAAUr.H WHEN ROTO- 


Sweet and Law 

Dweei and Lit 
The H'ltr.en Hid* 
Th* Human Sld a 

Cnotentevl Hour 
Contented Hoot 
C'hfUt Church 
ChrMl Churv h 

Chriit Churth 
Chrivt Church 
Christ Ctvurch 
Chrltt Churefl Cam 


Wailpr winchvll 
Louvll* Pkr.oR* 
Ar :rru »n Attum 
American Altum 


New. 

Serenade In Blow 
P-eteni Danger . 
M*)f»C'G*org* P E.let 


Tneair* Uulld 
Thcair* Oulltf 
Youin View* »li# New* 


Evening Hour 
Evening Hour 
Evening Hour 
'Hie Pour Qg pllamgs 

K.e, He. lew 

Our fipm-lal Speakar 
Ll’tl# BvBiphttnle* 
Little Bymphoolaa 


g 90 Sweet end Low 

• 19 fewer* and Law 

• 10 1 NeWwarl 

k 4> Your Army Pre*esU 


LW AYS RETTEIt GANIUNIRG WHBB 
HntQ-itilvn a. Mlt’Vf* ti Ukel 

U. DANtlEKOL'n TREES REMOVED, 
also at>m<p. Ota in saw k 4Jlk 


FKANCrA Horn la Mr. and M<t 

6 , rranrl* Inee Kitlyn B».j), 
owd. Colwo<id. on April 31. 
Jubilee Hoipltal a daughter, 


I New*. At C owin'.** 
a. ooodmas 
Church Set vie# 
Church BerTk * 

Chuact' Nervif# 
Church Service 
Paul W *»ton BBkW 
I Paul Wygiqfi S hew 

■ New* Them# 

| tor SutMiat 
Them* for Sunday 
1 1h.tr* lot Sunday 


Tak* a Number 

Tat- a Number t 
Con-edy ol rtrufa 
Comedy ol Error* 


plana P'.a>nnu*e 


Hedda Hopper 


1 00 Cvnaented Hour 
1;)» I Conunied Hour 
1 jo Don Wright Clvoru* 
1 49 Don Wright Choru* 


Paann FlaglMUM 
Pamlly Huair 


Hedda Hopper 
Pa Dueetlno 
••4 Gueitiun 

Noah Wen* ter Say* 
Noah Webaler E*ye 

Symphony Hour 


Teao'l GueeUcn* 


Drew Fvaraos 
N-ai 

W e.let Winehel 
Nee* and Vtewa 


• M | Nrwseaet 
g 13 Newt Piaehharkt 
g to ; Refieetlona in Muela 
I to Refleellan* in Minis 


I TOR EXPtKUNa 111 OARDENKHB. 

phone U»ad»n eeavU#. O ' Land- 
ec apt i c a* t • pruuiii* m*Uiten*nc* 

Pr^'e-'tonai >o>i Laeeet cost, hour u* 
enntieca 


Twen'y w -.Huaa 

Mun>* Cri*lo 
Mont* Crleto 


Oar MtM Br< ok# 
Edgar Brrgew 
Edgar Bergen 


Ws>ne King 
Reginald Stone 
Reginald Stone 


MARQCA Bora %n Mr and Mrs Jb* M* 

C * ' nee Vglma Bum. at U*a Ratal Jubl 
Hotpi'al. on Saturday am . April U 
A daughter, Lyna M»r>»n# 


7 FUNERAL DIRECTORS 


Bjuipnopy Hour 


Oirnn Hardy 
*ri»r ran.' Ht>e*k D» 
t'liltep Theatra 
Of the Air 

Chicago Theatra 
! of the Air 
WorM Tumorrow 
Worl d Tomorrow 

News 

Music 

Proudly We Hall 


Symphony Hour 


Chamber Must* 


Red Skelton 
Red Scelt/in 
J»r. Penny 


New. Chest 


Arthur Stringer 
Arthur stringer 
World If i mn* 


Leisure Lletentng 

Eiertrlelty Tima 
We* 1 IPg hour* 

~Kei! h Cutler 
HrmehU-et Whew 
Hamemcer When 
Hememtier When 

W nes'of Healing 
W’inM af UeaUag 
Sign OS 


t rv Ptla 

liiifo N'«- Bepcrtar 

Clilllan Derence 

New* 

Deem* Taylor 
Deem* Tavtor 
Deem* Taj. or 


Symphony Hour 
Volres of in* 
North* **t 


Treasure t'heel 
Traaaur* Chest 


< tiamber Mual* 
V»»p.r Hour 


SANDS 

MORTUARY LTD. 


lAiuiua c ih nru> wokk. plough- 

T my dlsnng. levellwg Mu Slllii* ri*w 
ord *y.ltP'»i*Nl Aieai lieei mil ti 1303 

'JARDKNINO. JOPBINu G MSI, Art«i 
J IB A M 


M-EINNELL- Sons V* Mr ano Mr* J- P 
McXlnnell fne# Dorothy SruageUt, 311« 
M array Drive on April 37. tflf. at Royal 
Jubilee Moapuai. a aou 


Jack Benny 


Vesper Hour 


World Hymne 


Plve-Btar Pinal 


10 00 1 Dream. In WalteHm# 
IB IB Dream* in Walutim* 
10:30 , Ralph Paahley 
10 45 I Newscaal 


News 

r anada’e Indiana 
P1r»' Piano Quartette 
Pint Plano Quartette 


News : He i ensile 
Western Sere bad* 
Choir Tim* 
ant! 8 yurt* 


Incredible But Truw 
Voice* and Event* 
Vciees and Esenia 


Oei More Out of Uf# 
Reading for Pun 


Cusp*! Chime# 


Chrae* Theatrw 
Chicago Theatr* 
Chicaao Thsatrw 


AW'-« Mtiwiit prtwrn mower. 
~J Rate* reweunahl* tl ««14 
I AWlfP MOWED MV THE llOim! POWKB 
IJ mower. 3‘htti.s Dave. N MU. 


Deere* Taylor 
Conceit Hour 
Concert Hour 


Preluaa *n Midnight , Howard K Smith 


New* 

Music and Us* Mae* 

orchestra 

News 


MOM. Theatra 
MOM Thewtra 
MOM Theatre 


News; Sanctum 
dinar.*' Hanrtum 
S pin net Sanctum 


WAlJCOk— Born la Mr aad Mr* Donald 
Arthur Walker. )Hi Graham Btreet. on 
April 31, IMt. at Bi. Joseph * Hospital. 
* daughtar. Barbara Jean, • Iba, a ikeler 
few Donnie. 


MODCRATELT PRICED 
‘ QUADRA AT NORTH PARK 

EMPIRE 7511 

THOMSON^FUNERAL HOME 

ttUoitthed 1311 Formesty *1 Winnipeg 
Oeo P Tbamaon J L Using 


Prelude io Midnight , Con^rt Hall 
Prelude to Midnight , Concert Hall 


Chicago Theatre 


Proudly We Hail 


Cubcert Hour 


Prelude to Midnight 1 New* 


U.O M Theatre. New* I Spinner Sanctum 


19 BUSINESS SERVICES 


iKL'MMJ >0 VEAJIS iXPbRIENCK. 
Ciksitegan Valiev t it## 


18 SITUATIONS WANTED— 
FEMALE 


12 LOST AND FOUND 


MARRIAGES 


A ll blocked drains, sewers 
unlit tone* vie.; II year* eepenenr* 
Cone ret# *«•* Gordon Majcoet ON4I 

A ” -1 JOB rn» BSWSR4. TUA DMAiAb, 

eancret* W Blltti Phone ElMBI 

7fiLM ENT W ■ « K E. POUMJATIONB. 
" Twirl. eldewaiEe «t« Saptia tanka 
tile dram* evaera Ba'.iefaeUdit guaran- 
teed. Cambrey At Underwood E kIM 

7 VEMZNT MIXER. ELECTRIC. Wim 
V rutreer-tlied wheelbarrew. 14 l<L lLan- 
don i g*« muter. II Hi. b*r day. Salivated 
O gi03 1»3 Uattlcford Avrr.ua 


CORD b AO I 

vh.lhitv Naieway 
Hrv atd. OH 


IJOOKKEf PIIR-lYhiPT OPPUE WORK. 
I* %.%, y | rr>- eligflHItht l AaJE 


BULMElk- WILLIAMS— At Bi Paul a Bavai 
V>4 0*rw*M Ctwie* Bawwtmal* AaeU 
M l»M. #t • p m > Rev A E Hetsdy 
•ft inatad at the marriage of Man Etbvl, 
voungaat aaughur of **»• Rachael wil- 
liam*. tJtJ EequiOtalt Road, ai.d U># I*'# 
Edward William., La Err.eet Charles 
Buimer. young**. »t'ti of Mr. and Ml* 
John Buimer, «M Neleon Sir**#. 


PERAON AI.IXED SERVICE 
ieik Quadra Street Pbont 


A 1*1 BITTER MIDDLE -AGED. ANY 


OBT— BLACK AND WHITE DALMA 


4 30 ' Chance of a LUeuma 
3:06 1 bbowtlme 
3 3J Sups* Cisrue 

• IJ Chaillr Ruse ** 

1 n> ' j*. * b*i.u» 

1 3» i Clrclv Th»*ira 
g 10 i Pied Warm. 

* 10 | The Wo»id Ifider 

* Jit I near we Digest 

• 4b Oarrwass at Large 
to 10 . Tvnl Merlin 


Lamp Unto Mv Peel 
Plana Sinatra 
4»ht tla Oraham 
V-r.ail » Varltile* 
‘Irai Parade 
Morton Downey 
baaebail 
What a My Line 
Armchair Theatre 
Caruion Thewu* 
Beulwh 


i9v hour 


>01vmtl.lNU A SPECIALTY PROMPT 
V servi.r Holt Je.ke.it O 3klk 

POTOTILl-INO PYNt HAJISPACTION 
* phone Ken Prl.e. O 3(H»1 

HI ' fit ACT I N 81 KV ICE - 
' P'oughlug diet lug. esravet'ng arid 
veil g Fold Pergi.sbb K vj»e for aatia- 


/ UtlUi « CAMk BEK VICES. EXPKH1- 

\ -o> «mera B WB 

/Vuttt*il»rN CARED FOR IN Ml HOME 
' Re liable liJ9«k 

j Ml A RAN TEE WORK TCRNTO OUT TO 
' ® rfppiOFFI A Msir.tactiMi Young lady, 
coti.rlenllou* wnrktr, ekiifrienced driver, 
hn.le.i ' e'hter. dmior. efflrr. 

Rt meet i tig tb» nubile Whai 

liuv* yotiv Bn* *031 Cblunlk' _ 

DOLT MUD LADY. BOOKKEEPER, 
elghe* pari 'lime )t>b Reliable t*- 
spoii.Jlile. esperienctl. BeM reference*. 
E 137*. 


McCALL BROS. 

-THE FLORAL FUNERAL CRAPED* 
David M MeCafl James M MeCaO 

Oraham E McCaQ Tarry A McCall 

and Assemata* 

ikgk Ismswu Street Phots* O Mil 


CRU1K1HANK-GNUKHCK Mr and Mrg 
A- Onlarhuk. 130 Alph* Street, anoount* 
tbs marriage uf their woly daughter. 
Iran* KaUserln*. lu J*m»» svam Cnilk- 
ihAiil unty aun ol Ilf IA0 Wfi f H 
Cruikahanfc. Deep Cove Sidney. R C, 
whirh imit place at Centennial United 
Church. April la. 11*1. as 1 10 p m_ wim 
Rev W. R. Aehford wftUiating. 


a IGNORE I E WORK-W"HtN YOU HAVE 
V- any ler best rweult* fuel phone 

Oet.BlL B JW3 

I VOL'Ol AS- -CEMENT WORK, LAROE OR 
IF totail Job* w* com* Prompt eerrtea 
Phoce E»M? 

I.YLECtRIC CEMENT AND MORTAR 
• J Btsuhlne with wheelfcerruw fur retil. 
*4 3# pet dav Week-end special. 3 day* 
for 31 Delivered, X 73»7 


14 WANTED— FEMALE HELP 


l 13 WANTED— MALE HELP 


HAYWARD'S 

IC Funeral Co, Ltd. 

I ESTABLISHED lltTl 
714 BROUGHTON 81 PHONE E 3114 


ANTED-TWO MEN TO RUN CHAIN 
eaw 'eiperteniedi O till 


AlHDHEhAER FOR YORK '8 NEW 

beauty t.leL in Die D>'u«iae UoleL 

OUSRKEr.PKH. I ADULTS, SLEET IN, 
Phone r. SUU l 

[ O l' !t E K E B F F R FOR ELDERLY 
Ilf* K!4k. CdVmMl 


URSE. DAY OR NIOHT DUTY O k4M 


A AND A CHIMNEY nth VKE 
Ruli'liliti.* - II 113A 


CHAPLINS FUNERAL ' If APEL 

IPwrm*r;y Currv #• 

Phan* o sail 

Opposite Christ Church Cathedral 


RrrCTttE- H LAKEY The mar nag* 3* ine 

noun' ed Of Simon* laiul^ daughtar of 
Mr and Mr*. William Henry Mt*ke> 
*06 »lh Street Santa MIMra Callfcrnia 
Ifurmerlv of VHIafla. BCl, •• Mr. trk; 
Alcaantlet Riuhi*. 1*« Mnnklelah Road 
Maiden. Surrey, England, wMrh took 
■lace April 7, SMI, In Ml Monica e Cetb- 
ali. Church. Santa Mnnua. CaltfemU, 
wiin Father Seklon bUIrtattog 


MEN WANTED' 


I •, A< 

■ area tic to ns veer* L ewii home 
Rerereacet Bui »IB1 Colon 1st 

T yAHT-TIME JOI1. EVENINOS. 1-11; 
1 anything Bilk® 


mi pie 


A Complete Tree Service 

SCIEimrU FRlfRDSO AND BPItATWO 
DANOKROUS TRnui RFMOVED CUT UP 
LAWNS DE WEEDED 


U OINE LIFTING CONCRETE WORK 
alterations O Ml* Cniguit# ill 

l> J AND OUTTERS 

/ * UR SPKCI Al/TY— OUAKEfCTEED SERV- 
" * ltd at moderate vaie* For free **11- 
male. on repairing, renewing, cleaning 
Phone ti M31 Dave or fvenlnge 

T3 LATTER AND 0TVCCO COKTR ACTING 


■ UNIOli TYPIST. »or OVIK 39 YEARN 
ul *•* for parmaneat pus 1 1 ten wi'u 
very Wrli known I'WEi Hrm Five-day 
park »'*•< *»n, qualifl* attune anti *«- 
perieac* if anv Bn* kbit Culanlet 

I AUNDRYSS For dENTLI '11X8 
• . ihi.-te etc rot further detail* tail 
K Ilk* 

M AID WANTED FOR GENERAL ROUSE- 
ev-rki Two wdul't u 1931- 

[ lEOIEFTERED NURREB WANTED FOR 
li had crt.ee rm'P".t lloagllkK in Hrit- 
leh C'i'umtila. lBt*r»gllr.g »u’l, *Mfat» 
live llecalton* a<.vdern uuerlrie Par far - 
ili tiiart apple DirerCot OuVpn** Hn6pl'*!* 
1311 West penurr street, Ven-ouver, SC 
Tvii-pnon* Manna 3321 

MAKE FRIENDS- MAKE MONEY 

U El'KiHENT NATION AliTiY ADtm- 
it'-d Avan Cb.m»lice in your neigli- 
iiurhoou Plretaut friendly p«rt or full- 
Itre* •vrk Boa TIM, C • 


COWICKAN LAKE AREA 


FLORISTS 


W’ANTKD — CHILDREN, ALL AtiES 
’’ Janie* Be- Nuteary. lit fit Jam#* 
filie.i hitur*. *•» pm dell* rile# 90e 
per hour vr |i p» week far working 
bl it her*. Yfwl-SiV mew' it., lades lleet nr 
i ir» under '»» riiiBjiwteot asteiiten Fur 
further infamy# 1 tin rell el nursery ini 
fine or gkitf. K *t*3 after 4 pm 

U 'OULD CAHE r»iR rlilLD WHILE 
B>"ih*c work* or .hope. Weekday* 
nnlv Eaiiuimalt. E 193.1 


UBTLEE FLORIST. NEAR ROYAL JU- 
bile* Ud'plial— ail floral deatgws ElJlI. 

TTir ISIJtND FLORIST 
ITCDDINO HPFCIALIirrs. TMA YATES 
V Street E914J 


Chorles A. Cowie 
B 1676 B 2065 


13 WANTED— MALE HELP 


DEATHS 


Apply at Once u> 


fimlU - . A Son* ■ *49 J 


SCHOOL DISTRICT NO Id <ALBEI*W I 
i P PLICATIONS POK THE POSITION OP 
a ; \ me.ne-r third claee a' 'h* new Juninr- 
8erilo< High it-h'iol. Pun AitiernJ. DC., will 
be re'eived bi the und»r«l«ned Orull Man- 
day Me* 14 Salary |»3 per month Dune* 
to rnrameii'* June t. 1931 A. P Taylnc. 
3«3 Argo* street. Port Aiberni. »c 

A srnoNG BOY to mow a lawn 
one* a week Apply i*El Bler.kmr->p 
Road 

M " ~OYH. AOE 13 TO I*. FOR OOOD I’AT 
Ire Cnlortiel rouies In Jam## Par and 
Fairfield area* Ai'PH CUcuUUon Depart- 
ment, Colon! u, 

S yot Id OR 17 YEARfi OLD TO Btr.VE 
merhanlc 
toyd Motor* 


CATNCART — J*m»* Calhcert. plowed 
leeident of ChemaJnu* ft C . died on 
April 37 1991, el the HMghlwood Evett- 
4ltl» Nutelt * Home. CowttJtan fiteiion, 
Yearnuver lelend. He *** burn at Kelt*. 
Cottnlv Antrim. Ireland. n« February J. 
19(7. coiati g to V!r!»rta In 1979. He w*» 
prefer, e.l by hi* wife. *hu died on 
Nuvemoar 10. 1930 He is eurvtved by 
two daughter*. Mr* Dane Sawyer of 
Putt Aiberni end Mra lleael Mi Klnnon. 
af Chemainu*. three a»n». Hern, ot 
Joeepli. Otegnn. Jerk ot Talk*!*. BC. 
and WilUam of Chemainu* eight grand- 
ahildten anti eight grr el-gretulehlldreo; 
a ate * t In California, two eieter* and a 
brother in Victoria 

Tt:e funeral service erUl b# held at th* 
Rapllel Church, C7>ema*nu». wn Monday. 
April 3d, at 3 30 P m Hiret Fur.etal Chapot. 
Dun' an. B.C, in ehari* of aiianicmen'd 


NATIONAL EMPLOYMENT 
SERVICE 


BROWN'S 

YICTciRlA Nunsr.nrES 
Our Planer* Are Always Oreenhouet Freeh 
did VIEW ST . O ddll EVES O 3331 


GARDEN DESIGNS 

CONSTRUCTION l(*N ICFRIFF POOLS, 
(•AKtlFN MAIN iNftY I ATI on IN 

colon 

NORMAN HOWARD 

B 1965 


HOUhk> LCAN1NO HOUSEWORK 

"Our Tlhte fe Y»ur Time • 
MODERN MAIDS 

Ilnur wr Contract O IMd-O 13*3 

Experienced He.p — Mrnle-n Equipment 


The POSY SHOP 

KEN ROBINSON — EL0PIST 

>NE O 1433 W EMBERTON BLDO 


WANTED 

Two Experienced Tua Charger* fug 
Employment in Modern, Comple’.a 
— Tire Ahep 


SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 

Modern Vacuum Method 
Pumpwl and Hauled Away, 34 Hum Rervlre 
Also Speelallele In Sewer and 

Drain Line Cleaning 
Modern Electrical Equipment 


R oom and board to lady pen- 

eloner fir Ugh' eervireg, Pbona E 1703 
atf*t i pro 


\ LL rYlEU OF DlAUlV CULTURK- 
foid ware* marhir.e ant mechir-w- 
l*e* permai rr Is 713 View Vo*u* ueeiity 
Aeiah Bilik 


19 BUSINESS SERVICES 


DICKINSON & DUNN 

ld30 ARENA WAY 


w I I * loprentlrrfthlp M bv 

TFICTORU MONUMENT LTD. 1091 1 Apply Shop Firemen, J M 

.1* l<0,,wn,, riLEANERS AND HELPERS, ~ll.at3-t3.ldd 

and un.e.t wf diettneiion I p, r , nn „ m f or Ouvernmenl Depart- 

CuthtAg*. ra to«ti Marker* and Mnnwment* mente at Ytetwrid BC Open u> aualified 
STEWART MONUMENTAL WORKS LTD mete eeeirieni* of Victoria and locality 
l*fit Mar St reel— O 3433— Eeiablieovd ill* Pull particular* on poeter* at offlree of 
Mad* u Your Own Personal Dwtlgn* civil Bervtre Commliemn National Ira- 

1 1 — — | ployment Service and Poet Office Appll- 

iiODTIiiCD'C canon forme obtainable thereat, thouid b* 

MUK I IMLK i ; riled HOT LATER THAN MAY 7. 1931. with 

MONUMENTAL WORKS LTD. ** 

Bel Victoria Id77 /'vONTROL OPEMATtiR TO ALLOCATE 

CORNER OP GORGE ROAD AT I / «nr* In eervh* dejvar'men’ Mini 

FOUNTAIN CIIICLK have merhanh al knawieilg* and ad- 

minietraiive abilify Health plan and 
Monument*. Mantra laaieia Curbing* eatery In ai-rordan e with efficiency Anply 
Sionaa Pieque*. mad* to year own deilgn W. R Smith, yervicw manager. OUon 
If rvgaired AUa Uarb e. Orenlt* and i Molar*. 100(1 Yale* Siieel 


OOM IN EXCHANGE FOR PART TDdX 
» help la coffee *b«p E 3)11. 

iESIDENT~ LAUNDRESS. HOTEL OR 
i Summer retnrt Bo* 0*1 coiaMr. 

R EC'EPTIONIST AT 


Rl'IXDOZfNO 


A nCTTER BULLDOEINO JOE C AN BE 
dene with our M*!o-O*rrn**a Leader 
Rvad bdlldlhg, »*:uvatlL.g, logging, back 
Ull* Pair priree 

SOUTH WELL- HEN SON 
>313 Douglee S'rret Pbnna O 3390 

BURTON."” BULLDOEtNQ. LAND 
• ewering, ligying. e*i avail in*, back- 
Clllr.t A yoad ion every lime. B «ddd 
Ueln.'.nl IjSU. 

[{ULLDOZlNti AND CLEARING. ROAD 
a* grading and bart-fUling Tk* Hgbi 
machTce for every Jab 

JOHN KJAMWOER JR 
K I4J3 Day ■ 1341 Nigni 

|\ULID07.IN0 LAND CLEAHINO ROAD 
I * building, eiravalihg and ••*•* rilling 
OddAQ DeiBinnt MR Keating IJ1M 


IT Hu*' Kill OUlt iW'i FuH-tiNB 
- epariau a* i»r, met,* ,i* gnu c>uu wava. 
* Rat l.eeu'7 bli-.p HU fart S' O J*4E 

fjoni TO HKNr IN I1IAI1TV SHOP TO 
halulieeaer h. i bij, Colnnm 


A-ONE SEWER AND SEPTIC 
SERVICE — G 9841 


13a 6ALLSMKN AND AGENTS 


CHRISTIE — Emma Oenrglna Chrtatia 
■ wn — ri away •* Vanrnuver. 1C., on 
April 31 last . born in Cobourg. Onl . *h* 
had reelded at 373 Monterey Avenug. 
Oak Bay. lor pc' two rear*, and aleo 
real ded in Vancouver foi » year* Sur- 
vived br her hueband J D Chruti* and 
•tie eon. J T. Chrietle. Vancouver wn* 
daughter. Mre H C Ctouch, VUtorla; 
•lao on* brother Wi.fred Wet'.ern A'eel- 
head. B C . etid three eletert. Mr*. B 
V. Bo'hweil, Piaeervllle, Onl . Mr* P. 
Teed all. Klr.gsfun, Onl, and Mr* W. 
Waoda, Cobouig. OaU *«• grand- 
ahUd. 

Funeral from Kavward a I C Funeral 
Chapel wn Monday « I W » » , Ven Arch- 
deacon A. E d* L. Nunn* africleling. la 

ter merit la Royal Oak Burial Park. 


- - — - ' lvTENOORAPHER 

|>IO OPPORTUNrrY rt>R EXPERIENCED doctor* e it :- 1 S un 9 is 0 four day* 
13 aa eemen. with itr— Y»u can earn g to I p m two dey* Shorthand not 
fleer |.uu eeekly eeltlr.g lor wti.-ettab- required Top ealarv to the rlehl p»r*an 

luhed r.rn in VIcidm* Cali in peiton Apply itenng exparlcnee. af. mertiaj 

at I4J4 Government St tret etafu*. inir.ial kolarv, Bn* 11.*, OalonUL 

/ i OOD RELIABLE SALESMAN. WITH yvECBETARV FOR LAW OITICE APIL- 

"J ear. Oine i Appliance*. EiMSl. tlv and tn'ereet mnr* *»-enli*l then 

,.,ch oPKwnmiTV roe iue»- ' ITSSSuJYff' X!"‘^S'*i : ,ff'S3: 

G enced direct.ia- wearer ** eemen Sell (,nt«l 

oetloneily faaou* Meienn Shirt*. Made- 1 — r _ . ■ — ~ 

lo-Meetur* LioareJ caBurueeiMn*. Big ^TtNOORAPHER 3 DAYS WXXK. OCNiD 
repeat butlr.eee Write. Bie'aon Shut pay App:y Rr* 1*71 CnlonUt- 


I kOMINIOM HAIRDttKSaiNO SALON. 
1' Doniimon flalai Pnni * <1451* 

N FW FtHMANENTsT— 31NF MAIN A 
• b*'iau> bourn* beauty Aeiua, 

Rr.nm A f.'emnbell Buildiug it tStl 

rpRU -ART BEAUTY BAU3R - prRMA- 
■ n*n<* a epee laity I eei ewi • gieaa. 

Mary OUea, Idit Furl Street f 1334 

'rWO-FGJt QhS I'fHMB NOW AT l-A 
1 F'ei'-e lieaut* Me i. It* View 01*43. 


A GOOD CEMENT JOB A1 
REASONABLE PRICES 

Finer# wall*, wldewaika elepe eta Septic 
Lank* 111* drain* *e*»n metalled Re- 
pair* af eny Kp* Pieee* poop* O *d*l 
lor lie* ** li mete* 

ROI SMITH 

liH DUNBWUOI STREET 


rivyro GIRLS FOR GENERAL LAUNDRY 
I work. Apply Economy fi- ram Laundry, 
901 John ^ 

U * ANTED - LADY FOR XJOHT DUTIES 
end tar* of ecbi-ol child for buiir-et* 
rsupie. immediately, o 7MI after * oi ly 


SPECIAL 

LIMITED TIME ONLY 
LOW PR1CB Of* PEJtMANtWTE 


ULLDOZINO. EXPERIENCED OPERA 
1 li»r J D Thbmoean G 1*90 


v XPERI ENCED SERVICE STATION AT- 
J tendent or rwiBi man willing 
arn. all - rwund work Permanenl »ni! 
rifhi man did Pandora Aeenu* 


F ARCHER At the V#**T*r.Y Raapltal wa 
April 3*. Iflf. William Farghar af Albert 
Mead. Aged St veara, nueband ot R**e 
Pargner torn In Dwuglak, Die af Man. 
and a rwa'denl at Albert Head far the 
peel 43 yew re. He **»•# b«*id*» hie 
wife, Rnae, ona daughter, Mr# C. 8. 
i Helen I 'rhompeon. *f Vlrtorla: two 

graadaona and on* great-grandeon The 
Inge Mr. Fargher eerved will* the 3JQID 
•at Milan in th* Great War. and wa* 
a mamber of Ui* Pro Patna Branch af 
Uta Canadian Legion and a mem Mr wf 
the A Of. 

Funeral ##rwV#a wlU be held <u> Monday 
•IMT boon- April 3d, 1*31. »' » 1« 

In M < all •*«* • Floral Fune.ai PhapeL 
Rev. fed re Daugia* Kendell officiating. ln- 

icrmtai U OwJ woo-l Burial Park 


13b HELP WANTED— MALE 
AND FEMALE 


COMING EVENTS 


.iXCAVATING BACKFILLING. RULL- 
J doting, ho tt* emaveilon* a epeciaity 
Low rate* bv hour nr day Kill) it-eured 
STEW ART to HUDSON LTD 

U rAfTRtm PREFEff Afll.Y DAN 1811. NO M 1 * m *i **?* 

rtprrianra nereeeary. Apply J34fl 
Douglae St 

U 'ANTED— KOUKEKBEPER . LIVE OCT 

E "103 

U -Titrebui FOR new coftek shop 

Apply 3910 Douglaa 


CONCRETE 


WE PrrciAl.tZB IN MAJK CimiHO 

Avalon Beauty Solon 

nrRTAIMJI. AMOVE Kk« • l»»l 


STUCCO COTTAOS 


A TTEVT 10*4 — 8TM ANNUAL FARADE OF 
Sand* rwmlnj wn May I Hue year, 
Cryetal Garden TickeU *1 Fletcher*. All 
aeaia ree»r>*d 

A cademy ballroom dancino - 

C late** M^ndav. uid-flih*. modem. 
Wed."#*d*/, Latin - American. Thurtday 
Privet* lesano* E 1*63 Ult Dougi6« Bk 


( IN FB -SMALL 

with plumbing wt»#r. U| 

labte* and •*«• 'a «oap*w *» 

for eom# help dally 3-milw dr 


i VOUPLE DEBIRt mUUHBIT POSI- 
' lion rountry hot*!, club, reaort, 6cho*v|. 

*«p*n*(.ced. any capacliy Box THO. Com- 

otat 

f JL'HSUANT TO SECTION »<* OP THE 
» Civil Bervn# Ad. " THE BRITISH 
COLUMBIA CIVIL 8 EH VICE COMMISSION 
announre* the holding of ELIOINILITY 
EXAMINATIONS for 

STENOf •R4PMERS. GRADE JA 
8TENO* • HAhHEKS, OHADE 3 
TYPISTS 

JUNIOR CLERKS 'Male. Pem*!»l 
r-LF.RKS, GRADE l 

In VICTORIA oa TUESDAY. MAT » 19*1 
A' live Bprolt-Bhaw School. 1013 Dfiug.ae 
Sere', ei 7 p m Pu'iir# eppuin'm*' ie In 
Ih* Victoria ere* w|ll he made fiom \hnee 
qualifvm# U> lh*#e eiamtnaiioive 
Candidate* mu*' n# Brltieh «ub>#c'#. oat 
over 46 y«*re of *«e -Junior rierge pre- 
teiably under >fl veer# ‘Ad* limit* eeived 
in ir>* r**e of ex-eervu# pereonoal #no 
#r# given preferen-'ei. 

Cendideie* ehouid complete AbMiratlOvi _ — 

\ I AI»V R» : ' 1 ' " 

office Of Ih* R C. Civil Service CnmjrleMnn. 1 *t n n ef txiii" end lEIeftf 'h# oi era'er 
Welle Bunding VICTORIA. NOT LATER ApplT Rl'Re* CN/n-'-lldaievi Lie. I'm P»n 
THAN MAY 3. 1991 I - , _ - ^ — — 


COPLEY BROS. 

Bulidntera. Sne*#.* aco Lead Clearing 
Mechi'.e ry af Revolutionary New D**lg# 
B 1143 - 93d INVERNESS 


INTELLIGENT TOUNO MAN OP NEAT 
I appeerar..* for reiail eporting g*adt 
einre Apply 1419 Dbuglae. Maoday mom- 


PAUL ZALUSKI 

B24I4 


srr 4-1 TYING 

K eys cut. uxiu and umbrellab 
repalieJ Lew n m«w*r» and eoeeovg 
tharpei.ed Price # B*> SBbB. 9*1 Fart, 


R INOO TONIOHT. g OTIiOCK. JAMES 
Bay Community AaeoclaUwn HaU. 
corner Pi»"t and DeUaa B.md 

B ridge, Friday evenings frizes. 
refreahment* JBa. 13d) Bread O 1*33 

H ave live talent to nRinHiF.N 

II, re* parttee. alt Muelo you like, 
aa you Ukv it For infonneiion ting Bert 
Stark iradie tiag* and arreea ariUll, *i 
B 4*nt or O 3*33 

T APIES* AUXILIARY ANVUAL LINEN i 
If ehnwar and lea *4 TUCA, May 10. i 

! 

M CMoRRAN'R BX ASIDE DANCINO FA- 
viilnn, Cnrdeea Bet Daneln* every 
Baiarday night 8 13 A : i - - 

ecupl* T'tmbola write* Bten Craee Or- 
ehektra. t*la mek* II w d*U Id dance in 
ll>* friendly eimoei'lter* ei Me *.l or ran a 
Ratarveiione. phoca Cnlqult# 3d3Y 

M USIC BOX 1340 POUOLAR FT DINX 
and dance Cater in banquet* and 
parti** Serve *mntg*#bnrg 

T»nO PAINIA LAN 

I hold their weekly card gem* In the 
M H H Monday, April 30 ■ o'clock Ti-ket 

I fee the iwmbol* priie, the crocheted table- 
rlwih will b* drawn. Refreahaem* All 
member* era aeaed to attend Sveryona 

U welcome 


3 OFFICE MESSENGERS— MALE 
rt»HE SC. E1XCT1UC RAILWAY COM 
I p*rr requite* lb* kerwtew* af two 
young men. 17 wr l* year* «f age. far the 
PoelMOb af Office Meeeerger* In per- 
form d'i'l** Ir. ennnei-lion #ii»> Ih* dli- 
iribiitlon of Company mail and other offlit 
Suite* 

High echowl graduailan n* equiwaient 
pr*f»tr*S. Put previou* eepertenoe n<H #»■ 

eei tla! 

The *6c*nfte* will nat oceur until Juft 
I. 1991. Bui application* *rw now being 


EVANS, COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS LTD. 


ANTTO - FART-TIME, EXPF-RIFNCID 
wt|i*ea* EwTIJ 

ANTID IkfMFDIA TELY HAJRDItfSS- 

*t Phwne B 34*4. evenli •< 

■ANTED EXPERIEhf Ell PNERSKR 
Ap( Iv rage the Cleaner, jei 9 Dougla* 

'ANTED- - A ~ HOC'AI KKXPFR F'»R 1N- 
valld bleep in. non vreoter 1 9337 


SEPTIC TANK SERVICE 


T*nk« p .imped ant with *ne«-i*i eu'iipaent 
Content* h*ul#d ewer Phone lor Inforaa- 
Uuo aad appninlmeht Prompt eervioa. 


A | LAWN MGWEM fill Allf'ENINO— 
A N JbbPiiwU till v.nto.ive* NL 
Oenoral xbA'perilbg Mewere eneert *«ia- 
K .1 > ke-t auim g Fvtnug E 7601 Hauip 
Of b#r||iig «p*<a avei.an.a 

\ BETTirR BHANFENfNr- BRRV9CK F<dl 
ynut lewn (rawer tin hide* FREE over- 
he'll Avi'ld ll>* ".•It FNwna hr.# 

SI VEN 6 P«iN Bet RABfy»»RA N 

I « WN UnAMte SHARPENED. COU 
J ir-'e<l <*et', #i#d Prompt eepeet lev- 
ir* rrt<» * K‘ ahep. #47 Port O 9J3L 


’)RDB — 84. dUvtonre Church, Vlrtorta 
Weat wee crowded on Saturday. April 
as. 1961 *1 3 pm., fot funeral aervtve* 
"r jam* Norman Ford* of T97 Wll- 
van Street "ho paeeed eeay an April 33 
IM1 in Vli tor la, Right Re* KUDOS 
He, aid E Sexton and Ret Dnugtae Ken- 
<1*U Gear of St Saelnur'e Church «l- 
firtatad and Urn hymn*. "Potever With 
Tto# Lord’ and "Peace. Itorferi Peat*' 
xrerw rung with Mr*. Fetch preeidlbg at 
Ut* argun and U»* cBdlr I# attendance, 
flu many Beaatiful floral elfirmit, laa- 
Ufyiiig lo lb* high eeteem in which U»* 
tat* tfr. Fbrde «*• held, will verve a# 
Memorial Flawere lor the Diamond 
juhtla* Service* at St savtnur * Crema- 
Mno fallowed with Ih* fwUawlng a* bnn 
Bwllbwwrer*. M#**r* Reiph Snider. John 
Copemen, Ownrgw Ok*& Reeve A L 
Thom*#. J ttoompecn R H Croea. 
Kerry t P»rr and R M Rant**. Active 
palltowsfwr* 8 Ntmmn, H Rnod*. 

L Ruckle, J H airload. R Rtckineon. 
and D Howard McCall Era*., Funeral 
Director*. 


K itchen rAfiiNns. store and ner. 

taurant flatqre* Variety wnod prod- 
uct* 1413 Oak Bay Are O i*J) #r E »*M 


OUNO LADY INTERESTED IN STREET 


1 ph""mre,iti> Wage end tnmmiexl 
Viperlenr* nqt eeeen'iel Bn* *031, Col 
!»• 


Apply to pertotn In the Pereoonei Depart- 
men). 101* Langley Btreel 

fllWO PART TIM* BWAMPFBR FG* 
1 tru'k drivrry, T am-d am. B 01 
d «iA Cniwwlat. * 


BETTER JOB. A 
far rxpeir* >f #ny 
nt crlb'nhg, fence*, 
■r Ran end Rny, ft 1 


XPERT DM r«y MAKING. TAXU3NIRO, 
1 >*«od*iing, uiiotauw** aud repair* 


QUICK SEftyit’E 

N IJIWN MG WEB Bit ANI’KN IMG— CALL 
Nk*11 h r pel UP end delieerr. til 


CALL TO THE HOUSE DOCTOR IS 
vour n**t tat f»r repair* emeu a » 
I B 794# at K IT73 


I.i INST -CLASS AUTOMGRIL* MECHANIC - 
I Apply Sftap Foreman. J. M. Wand V ,! 
Motor* 

U ’ ANTED MI LI. FOREMAN FOR NIOHT Slree. 

eh I ft on Vancouver Utend, INN* mill 
capacity Mini be ab.e Us take full charge r |w 
from boon, to g.-een chain Plweae glee * I 
rufarancoa. #*pe»ienr* end wB*a available dfwB 1 * 
Ml Bo* 7903. Cnloi.itt ; 


17 SITUATIONS WANTED 
MALE 


I SEW. YOU SAVE — B 2824 


t.TBHAHONB, ODD CARPENTRY - 
. Kitchen ranine: N 3*3], Alierdtc*. 

V c A R P E N T R V. ALTERATION^ 
etepa. gutter*. *t* Ren Spoor B 3»t3 


RANSOMES 

i man* power mower wilh roller drive AM 
we* b"i now wee liable oi 

POWER MOWER SALES & 
SERVICE 

tl* HUMROlirr STRUT. Y1UTOR1A 

GARDEN HOUSE 

EAST SAANICH HOAD. ELK LAKH 


COMPLETE WIRING SERVICE— FMBB 
eeiimato* Oloeer Biecuia B 3691 


SQUARE DEAL CONSTRUCTION 
/ XARNSMTRT ALTERATIONS REF AIRS. 
* fearing, addition# Any repair artrond 
the h im* Nnthlsg law earell B *360 

i tARPrNTRYT REPAIRB. ALTERATIONS’. 
V gutter* each torfl*. el* . kit chew east 
ne'e Mite* A0W»U. E 3S7* 

t tAKFENTRY AND ALTERATION* NO 
J job two email O Law rente Q 07*0 

jrxAHPTNTRY. ALTERATIONS KITCItEN 
rent net* etc B 3 613 Oewrg* Lor, not 

OCBE UTTI NO. CEMENT WORK AND 
driveway, act aid howe* I# be fU*d. 
Ole* me a rati O 9B61 

K IT' tllN^CABINETB AND INTER!' it 
alioratmni a apanalty B 7313. Ini 

S TH* 


A COMPLETE ELECTRICAL KS VICE- 
DELTA ELECTRIC. 0 141* H Twm- 
Unton and K. DLiabauga War veu. 


remit} ewtodenro. IH 

an Prtday. April 31. 

. Emily Sarah damn aged 
ft year*, born In Newfennd.end. and a 
rerUVetU mi Virinrl* for the paet 43 
year*. Survived bv her hueband. william, 
ui ham* two eieter*. Mr* Tto at n ur 
Oliver and Mr*. Thom a* SiOrkham of 
VUtorla; two brother*, Themer Mann 
ol Newfoundland, and Oeorg* Hann of 

runeref wfvkaa will be held a* Ut* 
Send* Mortuary Umlted, Memerlaf Chanel 

•f entmea. ' an Monday. *PfU >9 19*1. 

at l J# p m Canon O verge Biddle of- 
firUtin^ R< torment in th* Boynl Oak 


O ARCTN — At 


ONBONB REPAIRED WHILE Yrytf 
wan Rjiaurgar * HO Fort Si 

rutlNOTON SHAVERS KEF A IRES 
i gar*' red Kl'ku'gera 7BI fvri 


KIDS. ESQUrMA! T OBT 
Derby, May I. 1 30 cm. 

a * ail* b la 


VLOOBiNO 


Meraulny Street 
Tudor Lunch new 


lEUVERY AND ODD HAUUNO JOSS 
J Brentoga B 13*3, **43*^ Yvteruaa. 

wrilVBR, YFTTK H-TON FAI«L, DE- 
• urea wwr k, tnoual nr ww tract B 1*1* 
7 ARDEN INO AND ODD JOBS OEO ROE 


I ,'LOCiR LAYERS AND PlNlSHKM. AKM- 
i at rune aepr.e't rubber Ul# Banding 
no d Time hlng lgg|_J»#acb Dr le e B *71 f 

W ~to M FLOOR BURFaCINO CO - 
. Float ray leg vending and Daubing 
Oeneodefcia rt»« enred workman Free 
rtaeweabU aatimaio* *hon« O 6403 
t 31 64 

W ’BPTERN FLOOR Mil Gw* Bay Be* 
Laying, aanding. Attuning. B B916 

FLOOR aANWrNG 

A *m FIRSTT -CLASS JOB Of UANDTNO AND 
fin.et.ifj* aid n* new flonrw. #4 W I M 
abt# r*iet Modern Fwor O* . B 38* 


UOUiRf DANCE AS TOO LBARNt 
Victoria Bailrnom. Oweernmant Street, 
every Wodneeday g 30-11 30 Frew in- 
eirurtleo Prune Remeetrwdeyp Or *Oe 


rpKE ORBAT MORTON WOW WORLDH 

1 fineet hTpnutleL will be playing Van- 
couver leiand fwr a limited Urn* only — 
Vicxorla Nanaimo Duncan Port Aiberni 
end Cnurt# net. Welch your paper* for 
further de<a,l* alaa an the radio Hog* 
eucceea In Vanrwuver All atundanca rwt- 
wrd* emaahwd eerrywberwl 


LATTMER-Al the rwaldence. 3443 KamWN* 


Street on April 17, 1931 Teeveea Latimer. 
Widow of Alban B. la Hater bom In 
Mouri Purer t, Ont . ned n reaident at 
VtPtorla elnce 1913 She Ware* wr# 
daughter Mie* Iran# L tmlUaar, at 
b.m# one brother and tleter-ln-tow in 
fldorta. Mr and Mr* Trumaa Aeioa. 
and ena airier In Toronta, Ont. Toe 


H andyman — carfentxb repairs. 
aardnniifg Bo* 6164. Cniowtat 

K ~ BF1NED~M AN ACmiT smOLR^AB- 
•tatner. «ff»r nu aervtro* lor rwwi- 
f or*, able furctihed bwurekreplnj room. 
Releretiroa Pream reply fully. Bo* *d*6. 
Colon let 


A BE IT ER CEMENT, SEPTIC TAPIR 
greet* Iran, trie drain metalled. 
Cleared, repaired Spe-lairtr nu w*1 buaw- 
mente AO't'W on drelnaa* problem* 
Woxtmen ful>3 o»p*ti*nr#d Cement fwun- 
oauou*. dnvrwaya, etrwnu 096. 

CORDON BOTLBK 

Phono B 36*1 Ml Crime# Arena* 


U ’ANTED - DRIVER SALK 
milk rout*, married ma 
A. 'tit i*i*-d Form* D»iry 

\\ T ANTED IMMEDIATELY! 


many year* Mr* Latimer err aaeoeiatwd 
with Ui* thvlden Loaf Bakery Bet* 
Funeral tram Hayward i »C Funeral 
Basel no Monday at 3 p m. Re* Dr VI. 
i, Wtloea pffleknling. Inlrrmenl In famUr 


1166 — BANCfNO AND nmKKTNO 
RmeoualrW. Knighl # Flam Surfacing. 


LOST AND FOUND 


i XONOFNIAL COMPANION 
" bam* la plea* ant i 
FTpnea^ r*pljr^ mating refer* f 

f vOOK -HOUBBKBKPER V 

V plvari'.g perwwnalitv 

Oond **•*• Varalroo. faml 
Bag dll# Catania*. 


U SITUATIONS WANTKD— 
FEMALE 


I OBT - ON FRIDAY. APRIL »». AT 
J Royal Read* ar Empreaa Roiad, an 
earring, ana larfg while pearl and on* 
dark pwatl Renerd. Mr*. J. F. Oordoa. 
Cmpreae Mcdel- 

L ” OBT - MEDIUM-dIZB BLACK AND 
brown dog. half eollt*. half ye. Ice 
Vicinity of Chamberlain and Oak Buy Are. 


2 CONSCIENTIOUS SALESMEN RE- 
gulred far highly epedaltved work 
Mutt a* able m ae- me reepnneiblllly arid 
nroduc* butruev* with en entirelr n*w 
product, Appiteauu murt ha** yieaemg 
permaallly. with experience and a* full? 
pue: tried In me*: the puhib P^T ap - 
pntntmcnl phan* B 440d between dpt*. 
and t Jd s m . Monday and Tuowday 

WANTED 
FIRST-CLASS 
SERVICE STATION 
ATTENDANT 

HION1WT WAGES PAID 

JOE FOSTER & SON LTD. 


UAKANTEKD FLOOR BaNDINO AND 
' ftniatoiag. Proa gpumnun Ptoono 
r Hum B 7MI 

r L KABDWOOO FLGCNI CO . 3189 

• Dawgmo Pvm amipteie w 8 Tlii 

FLOOR FINISHING 


PA PERM A NOINrj 


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If Piaaenei perwwnall'y. Apply 731 Yarn# 
Btrwer 

t x D1L WANTED RJd COUNTER BERT- 



28 a BUI DING gtPPUES 


Complete Radio Programs for Monday 


Victoria, I.C., Soa., April 29 , 195! | 


28 flaihi (Eoloniat 


COLEMAN & 


JOHNSON BROS LTD 


scp.imns iext fob today 

l.'OR ALL HAVE BINNED. AND COM* 

I «r u« $*»tr ci 

Mi Si 


itApeanANoiNG painting, mui ta- 

' '• t J421 

I I - 4 1 M i AND PTUCCO HLi'AHUt 

* fl taala Brot. 111*1, 


NeWI SUiifla 
Da»r MS i 61 » 
D»* Hiii stow 
flAvInr Reporter 


THE SAND 


W*oiiy Warren 
Aunt Jenny 
Helen Trrnt 


N»c> 

Ktilunni W?ao 
Uirfui! Mmuj 
R ulh and DUk 


BBC H*w» 
Morning Concert 

Aunt Urr 
ttorntnc c«ive#r» 


\ LCOUOLfCB ANONY klOUB. COf?Pl* 
dlnllll InltllMtlll) 14 BlrUhOllCI. 
Wnto p o. Baa ku vr Ho* I. VUlana. B C. 

I ONR1.Y- HUNDREDS OP MEMBERS IN 
J esary provln'*. »:i «*«» n.*oy wt*h 
mMni. *ld«>i with fares* houseaeai-rra. 
CHS and rouMry girl* Partuu lar* f:*«- 
»'item Social Club. Bub XL Edtaoniw®. 
Aua 


Rllir Browne 
Y .x WtatD’i BdltOI 
Mtn in th# ficus* 


(.■ » pel kinnr 
t*Li Your smi toi 
Music 


THE GRAVEL 


Etfinr* Ma»lc Hail 

I ftourewtf* Knltdbr 

'Housewife Holiday 


IAINTTNO AND GENERAL REFAMIB 
him r«»«'*cbbi» OlAiil ' 


Our 0*i Sunday 


THE CEMENT 


A BON O **27 - PAPERHANO- 
* T ? ■ * Cfi'i *:»*n r*ti#blo. 

Plr*>-eT*»» wurkinaotn p Thlrt# •fbff’ 
•sccriti ra victoria 


Johnny CiImhs 


I V Never Rnrw 
I Y‘ Never Knew 
I 1»*» Crtar 

1 I,... s 


Olenn Hard? 


Musical Kitchen 
i:*upy Gan< 
Osi" 

U-wtiing Visit 


| HI* B.ster 
m# p* reins 
Dr Mbionc 


tisi 0»n Oulu* 

l*r#a« II* Bank 


T* .lo-T»*< 
Radio Journal 


Dwv* Hill Show 
Uasi Hill h!M9 


break ll« Bank 


Garden Outa* 


Guiding U*b* 


Da*# 1IU1 HKiW 


Belly Crtxaer 
Vtriar Lir.ciaar 

Haukhaje 

Me ody Piomenada 


Deuu t ar Nothin* 
Double or NoUsLno 
Live Utr a 
ktlltunair* 


Lac.lr* pair 
LMln fair 
Qdtm for a Day 


Ra> ttiar* Wlfa 
wider Brown* 
Pa- -in' the Puck 
Pa.-. 'in' the Buck 


Un Burton 
Perry Wa* o 
Kara Drai* 


Nc*» m>-ki NK-ncUa 
Lurry Llf-enin* 
Lucky Uitctun* 
Uuv Luuninf 


A COMPLETE DECORAT1VB 
SERVICE 

BflLTili BPKAY 

PAPtftHANUlNO 
TEXTURE WORK 
A TEAM C LEANfN Q, AND 
•■iArtfWAY' arAfioujitia >'0K BENT 
Tree Esilmatri -Term* If D#»-*« 


ISAP.TT WJHHBI TO CONTACT BUME- 
1 on* fumt W Edmonton sr—ut Jvr.a 
9 remmirtg before June II a MT«. 901 
Henry 


Man ana Hu Musia 
Nmi 

pann Broadcast 


11 oo ; New# Piccadilly 

12 is 1 Pif-aruily Parade 
12 >M Neat cast 

19 41 C>auUer « Mcmorlet 


«.-n UuvhM fc'-'P* 
Bras K>:» lUKhea 
Ken Md#nc* H»oa 


KiOdlae Kara »aj 
Kid Rarnl«ai 

l-r.l World Tnday 


Si:e*:ah Carter 
trn Romancfl 
bill Uashu: 


(earn- Pns'rr 
llarniuo • 1* rnoen 
Harn «n> Koeoean 


Cecil BoUy 

TubelTa.ket 
Maury * Turntable 


mnr Cr->»by *r>«w 
N**e. Bina Cro»by 
bin* Crrskt 8Uo» 


21 a BI'SINESS PKKSONALS 


EVANS, COLEMAN & 
JOHNSON BROS. LTD 


Partn Bruasuael 


HD-top Mouea 


CUmilrr'i Me ir.ar.ra 

Clu- Diary 


LL 8CU1CX. SnA VEklAST fcR, REM 
Ir-aton. Pacsard euetrie snarer ie- 


Maiinec MciiJdle* 
Take li Easy 


ArUiur Oodl 


for-One 


inline 


Newa 


rea neclric snayera. Trn<.e-ir. allbaar.ee 


Near Lost and Pound 
Ed Parey 
Ed Party SW.» 

Ed Parer Iht* 


Homemaker*’ Mar. 
Lionel Barrymore 
Waiter s W'aiaerce 
W’alur’s W’aaaerki 


Take It taay 
Take It Eaev 


•22 Pandora Avenue 


Houiraive* Inc. 
Arthur Ocafiey 


Portia Pace* Lila Ann Bteri'.na 

Just Plain BUI I Rrnnq Rut in Shea 

Proni-Paff Parretl Benqy Rubin Bhew 

We.cotne Traveler i Hannibal Cobb 

Welcome Tran.tr I Talk Back 

Aunt Mary I Prances Scully 

Woman in My Housa Airy Notes 


United Nation* 
Muelcale 


School Broadcast 
Music al fro* ram 
Let * Leak Around 


en your old urchin* MeC*iI-D*i 
Co, fs*u|l*« ktieti and Panduro 
Victoria BC 


lipao e or Ntth:u« 
Ikuui.lt or Notluikd 


ur Godfrey 


Bait ball U*m* 


UP. ROOMS PAPERED PREE ES- 

tlmaita D Bknylh*. B 1421 


Barroall tiama 
lier tball Gam* 
Paieball C* ■.* 
Oastball 0*m« 


Keas 

Dinah Bhnr* 
Mojii! Moetc 
Mostly Miiale 


Arthur Oodfrty 


Brart Vo»a«# 


A ll hinds op bom* repairs Nrw 

a-Dhait ro«f* Uuiter*. .iumney tr,d 
rooDr.e repair* Carpentry S r.d pslr.Ur.| 
Plhtrs as: insulation “A |oo<i )ob At 0 
fair price.- Seaboard Rome H apply 1001 
Bur.shard B ireel Plior-a It ](U 

DV1CB . . PLEASE’ DONT l -OK* 

tour hard-#»rtj*i! aayink* for lack of 
INSURANCE . . You II Tir.O rales art 
amaringly LOW when you coma i Harold 
Biemiic.ii of PEMBERTON HOLMES LTD.. 
GARDEN *124 


Walter’s Waaaorkl 
Tea »tth Start 
Wllttri Watworkb 


Arthur Godfrey 
Arthur Gorilrey 
ArUiur oodfrty 


Mevir I Dlander* 

Today’s Guest 
Announcer » Cholo* 


1 2*4 Cluo 
I2«rt Cluk 


2 *4 Birthday Party 


A reoii icte aervii* In' r untrncmr aod 
home hutdc: on Saah Donrs pram#* ami 
K • t - he-i t sbisi i La f*» Mltrtldr* *f »ldrk 

-• >r. si» *i- availablt. SptuAi orders man* 
up prompt ly 


Mot'll Mu*ic 
Itoiui Music 
Club ”»’• 

tar? UiUHIHI 


Woman « btcret 
Road of Life 
Linda's Pust L*»# 
Dr Paul 


AlUrnoon Sei-lcn 
Afternoon 6tf «K>B 
Wnman't Ptit 
Rob Ei’trly 


Pulton LtU l» 

Prana H» mine* ay 

Behind the Story 
Bam Hayes 


PLI MBfNG AND nrATfNO 

4UY-MW PLUMB LRb" BUPPI.y' AND 
ir.eiall tae or *!*«vno itoraio water 
lac. slot# to i ti** uona Pbbc.* EMI* 


Curt Massey 
B rile It Rich 
BirU# It Rich 
Clifford a nd Clarb 

Eduard R Murrow 
C'lfford and Clarb 
Char la* CoUn«aood 
News 


Bunsliln* Bocletv 
Bunshlnt Society 
Gulden Pin* Cana 
Arthur Oodfrey 


Neat Jo-Jo 

Jo-Jo 

Kidd I* Keaer* 


Wal'eVs Waiworka 
W aiier • W'asuorks 


t*el i -re :** 
Pal o*«re* 
I 4iar Time 


Riddle Kacer* 


Not# by Not# 

New* 

Vu..-e af PUtt'eno 

Vole* of Plrtatono 


Rtf John and Sparky , Mark Trail 


Su-for-One 

Ru-for-Ohr 

Square Osm in# 
Neascaet 


New* Rnundup 
Mu- leal Roundup 
M utiea; Roundup 
Musical Koundap 


Cuitimeniarr 

fia»r-i«i* 

Show Bustneta 


HARDWOOD LUMBER 
AND PLYWOODS 


Bit John and Sparky 

Chet Huntlai 
Bcendlnavtan Hour 


Mark Trail 
Clyde beatir 


I .’Mi-ms PLUMBING A HEATINO— RE- 
j paira. alt«ralioi>9 eor.traets Phone 
Empire BUS 106 K’.ifS R’’ad 

1 ’URNACE REPAIRING AND INBTALLA- 
. uon. air eondlUooInf Pre# esl tnste* 
Ouarir eed work. Hufh Neuman G 2oU4 


Clyua Realty 


Show Ruslneta 


News totrniland 
boi- Whttf Ptou 
Rc-n Walt* Shew 
B^,n W hite Show 


Gabriel Htallar 


u? Llittniiif 


SNi'W and Ud'iust* 
Around Crackrrbarrol 
Pi»»l P'ano Guse'/t 
Pi rat Plana Quanet 


NOELR AND APER MlGUl GIVE 


| Lm Radio Theatre 
i Lu« Radio Theatm 
I Lua Radio Theatro 
Lus Macio Thtwtra 


Radio Tlieairo 


A ls--f« a-ttined sin. I nf *11 type* Rtrd- 
v >mi<I 0»L. Kir h. Maple. Wsllnit Teas. 
VtUnw t’tdee ei- Also Hardwood k« ed 
l*i »« d« and H..*0 bik-i \ sneer* Make ua 
- rur l)*a<*>|UOMrrv inr Htniaoods bmall 
orc*r arl- wbitu aud cut tu rtetail as ie- 


— 4 00 Talent Show 
« 1» Tatent 8h«» 
« 20 Ctmr, r> Hall 
I *3 I Concert Hal) 


News, scrapbook 
Tippy’s Scrapooob 
Tippy's fltrspbouk 


Neustecl 
Answer Man 
ham Hates 


Radio Theatro 
Radio Th« *'.ra 


ft *h*lf-rn«m to 
dmary tn.rta* lex 
THE HAUNT 
• *S Po*l Mtrset 


Radio Thealr* 


BOOKSHOP 


cCLARY PURNACEB. REPAIRE AIR 
fond ttonlnf Model Bhe*i M*i*I. 
» Dnufisi Btreet B lilt 


Nc*» 

D»r» Htrmrs 

Prank Elnatra 

PreOrti Marlin 


Opunriunity Koncks 
Opportunity Kn cka 
P:*-s Ci'nfrrcn-' 
Pm a Conferer.. » 


T»-e Lon# Rar-esr 
Tli» Uine fiercer 
Inner Bacrtum 
Inner Bacrluro 


Pop* Orclirilra 
p..p. Orciie- 1 r* 
Pop* Orrhesira 
Pope Orcnerira 


Nruscasf 
Elehl Retls 
Pm? Conference 


Newt. Cash Clue* 
Cash Clues 
Good Old Dan 


Newt 

I'aciOc Pianoforta 
Pacific Pianofnrio 


A T PARKER S RECORDING AND 
JV Musk fchop enlldren ■ vole* fern-d- 
int a specialty Cap*rt re.*ir* u ffeiuo- 
phnri'a Hobbyerafl supplies and nu»*~al 


Builders' Sash & Door Ltd 

294 GARB ALLY ROAD. 8 2111 


A-E PLUMBING A IIPAT1NO 
BEPAlfUJ CONTRACT* TREE EBTIMATEB 
HARRY SMITH 

• *•(■ ntl SCOTT 8T 


One U*B’i Pamily 
N'»t nr the W’u/id 
Hailrnad Hour 
Railroad BOUT 

'lelipli' n» Hour 
Telephone Hour 
Nra • 

Re ?» Nichols 


] fialnh pjanaran 
Ralph Plans, sn 
I Henry J Taylor 
I Commercr Report* 


Lei Geoff e Da It 
Lcl oeoife Du II 
Under Arrest 


N«w>. Around HvO 
Navy Bhow 
Couit of Op Ini' na 
Cnurt of Oplni'ine 


Lose'! TRoins 


10 '■ New. cast 
Ilk »Iol vwcod Bh«wil«* 
111) r i.urt nf Oninbin 
1.0 1 Court of Op ninn 


New* 

Tel-upinmn 
Rrf Ina-'l 8<cn* 
Ref Ina.’d lion* 


klrumenla at 114 Pandora opp PC >8 


Music by Brtc WUd 
Leicester 9c.uar* 
To Rroadwav 


NEW INVENTION! HEAR AGAIN WITH 
oa'-bln* la your ear ACOCBTICON 
i it. Th* Modern pt*rm*ey U»1 


tihder Arrest 


Tiki • Chant* 


N.ws Conlerenc* 
ft* * * Conference 

News 

Ted Malone 


Oi mi Hare* 

Pul ion lewis Jr 
CnuiO Thu Be You 
Could This Be. You 


u 00 Take a Chant# 

• 1» Tsse a Chance 

0 |ri opi-.'Muniiv Kn«cta 

• :»1 1 Opporlunily Knpck* 


News. Baseball 
W’ I L Baseball 
W IL base ba 1 1 
\V 2 I. Baseball 


REPAIR TIME I 


•PRINGTIMB 

PAULIN'S 

PLUMBING AND HEATING 
rt Repair’' Proiup*. Courieoue Bervic* 
1231 GOVERNMENT - G 1**2 


SOME HARD TO-GET ITEMS 


A CCOUNTING SERVICE. OAILTf. WEEK- 
LY Ij, memthly books »rt up B'a»»- 
mrol* Colleclior.s Routine ftlf-c* work. 
E 112* / _ . _____ 

A itentjon- rein a compleie over- 

haul ol your sew-.no okecnih*. whaG 
ever mas*, phone 0 1031 Taylor * Co. 


Keith Culler 


t Lo'» a Myefery 


World final 
Baap n* Bi op 
heap n Bheip 


Hem Hayea 

New * 

I ryulatlve Report 


New. 

Darrv Tim* 
Dan-e Time 


N.w. Baiebe't 

V.' I I Bateball 
Hplnner Banclum 
8*nr l u<n and Sports 


4 s « radar ) «trp fuii'?. ‘in ll 2*e 

Rejects, tunable lor ehtue Ike 

I s J M 'dem J-hten raainf Un ft e 
Gnarier Round. Un. ft . la 

Am.. ih» table and e k un so ll :»v 
Me’ai Muuliltnfs. tivni. ft tta 

U’.aia Matumte, • a ■ she#!* »* »» 

Gjorer Watlbeard. lit ahreta _ I- ft 
Pen*# Pi»s ' e sit. cedar, 100-BM. Ik «« 
Maho* any -rated Pioni (Iwit lit I* 
3 4 * 4 4 i 1.' and 3 in ■* 4 a I** 
P* ' is. Hard* aia Plvwvwo Lumkex 
• »#h, Dnort. Piamea ana C-i-sen* 


D.-nr-on-* U*l 
Vic M'aun bhow 
News. Vic W *<er* 


Prank Eoward* 

Chut* a aeon Jamb- 


W e».e’ of lireama 
At C ln»e «l Dav 
Chapel nf Chime* 


Pro - inctal Affair* 
Dixieland Jaw 


C’hu.k«ai<>n Jamb 


10 43 I.tnnel Harrymor* 


Dance Tima 


| CTiurkwarun Jamb 


BIRTWISTLE 4 GREENWOOD 

PLUMBINO. IIRATTNO - O »43l or rt .40 
Phn-.a Us Now for an Estimate on fupply* 
Inf snd InslaiUfif Your New Gat ar Eiee- 
4 rtf Automatic Water Btoraf* Tank 


Pill Ward's Dnfhoui* 
Bill Ward e Drfhouea 
Bill Ward s D- ft.nue* 


Dar.rr Tim* 
Dance Tim# 
Dance Tim# 


Chuckwafoo Jamb. 
Chnciiwaton Jamb. 
Chucawaf on Jamb 


PICT1 


A ll TYpra or pictvhb m a mi no 

aod eneclalty work. OH paloilnia 
cleaned aid restored Its Prrt Htrvet 

\ T VICTORIA JUICE BAR -OPT YOUR 
. feesb iire an ■ Juice* at the Pupil* 
Market. Wednesday and bsturdax noro* 
ir-fs. or oelivtred oal ; G *•'-* 


2 Xa nril.DINT* SI'PPI IFS 


28* BUI. DING SLPPLIKS 


21b BI'SINESS PERSONALS 


Television for Monday 

4 1 A I ION KING -TV SEATTLE 

John Conte 
Pay# Emerson 
You Asked for ft 
Celebrity Time 
Th# Show One- r*n 
Th* Me-oeioe’e H»*l 
The World “oda» 

Ooif oarer 

Ureaie*' »ifota of me Century 
Wrektline 
P 1 *hl of th* Week 
Ntf nt'ap nn#i 


KE06 OP N All* 3'." AND I'V 
rnrr.ittnn Bn* 1*"b CnUanlal 


lowest price* and suifasUona 
DRTSDALX B 

« 0 4411 1730 Coot tire#* 


MOORE-WHITTINGTON 
LUMBER CO. LTD. 


New* Till Now 
Oariv Moor* 
Klnf’e Queen 


\ RTIRTIC SHOWCARD WRITINO. DE- 
elf ns arid Illuminated addrtaaas 
Diuf<" > Oovernmenl at Johnsnn 

ONE- HOUR ELECTRIC AHA V EB 
e\ *»r» lev Kilourftr *. 1*2 Port 


TT: EPHON1 ANBWERINO BGRVU3 
Offer* You 

Cuniinuou* 24 Hoor-A-Dar l«r*?c# 


STEWART & HUDSON 
LIMITED 

THE HOME OP SOM EBtTftDPRS 


3 00 . Kin*’* 

9 00 King s . 

I JO Rale Bml’h 
4.04 Kluf * Mm 

* *0 Rr.heria Quinlan 

4 4k Binhday Club 

4 14 Cruvaoer Rabult 
p 00 1 Howdy Dondy 
I JO Cru**rt#r Hanblt 
VIM Kuk a Pran and Oill* 


DRVSDALE’S 


MfhOMNO. HOOP REPAIR*. NEW AND 
1 old roof* renewed, all rolors to ch-xn# 
sen Outivre ar-d downplpee rarewad 
net after k p m. Prices rea*..rab.a 


HARDWOOD FLOORING 


iJEAUTtrUL PUR •■HORTT- 

l * from your old fur <oai Brlri 
ad fur tual 1. Potior' a and wa'I 
you an oei.male of 'ha modara! 

without oblifaimr. liui.dredt ml 


PRomifilONAL PEOPLE Any time you ro 
i«ul *e an-wer your phone 


Id PeMaei rowdiunn. Stored in Ne a i*4 
Bh»d* for Your ProiecUns 


,28b CLOTHING. FIRS, 

MIOFS, ETC. 


BROCK ROBERTSON ROOPXNO * 
INSULATION CO 


BMAIL Bt HfNfJMifJt We lake (It* plat* 

ul an off)** secretary. 


FOR THE BEST DEAL 


4f! Ttlm her »rff fa'ieert' scjppva# 


Idea *S1 Vale* Atrett 

if7l B AND T KISSES C AREPUU.Y 
B’.tad in n.r private filth.* : cam 
MODER.’-a PHARMACY 
Doufite and Johnson Biraaii • tl»i 

H Tai FbC BO I i CINDCRB 'a ND PI I fT POR 
sale. II 102) Prompt delivery, 


IE- taoiitiied Since Kl4i 


LEWOTH MOtTorr COAL, 


Rl’BINNEBB W* lak- alter-Mur 
orders for ever* »ro* of firm dispatch 
aer\ir« men lor ukllM repair call* 
aoltr holiday and oimnsa problems 


2b SCHOOLS AND COLLEGES 2T 


32 33 s 3'* ’Tavern ted oak f loo ring 
tl/ll a I*. Oak ahnni noo'H.g 

19 Ik a 3'« Ma hlii# run birch floor 
irvt 

11 ll i Machine run maple floor 

mi 

13/11 a S . lat-arad* birch flownnt 

25 J2 i 2'. Nn. I commou or belter 
nta fhOrU 

9k JI a 1'* Re act '«.f,ii rad Oak 

All lonane and griM** end matched 


I » fvud condition, a <o 12-14 
13 ad Aaundera Burn. briuioMlt 


#169 Oouf.at S' r»*t Phona 1 14 

Nlghi Pnona E 1453 

MPHAL T^*SH I NGL t S 
AT THEIR VERY BEST 

©ur EJrrrvaoce of 14 Year* to Bland 
lha T»*i 

DUROID - BARRETT - ACE-Tf X 
Crmtulialloii and Eailmatea Pre* 

PARKER. JOHNSTON LTD 

T34 jonimrii nr B4J 

Might* K 49*1 - r M14 


POPOCATEPETL 

\ RIVER. A KtOWEK A NEW DANCE 
or a volcano? You wiay nal know 
the arvawer. but mnei nenoie know that 
«he coitraoa at the ROYAL BUBINEBB CO! - 
HOE are the atari of a aureetsful office 
career, O Ml* 


SPECIAL! SPECIAL' 


TELEPHONE SURVEYS 


Hhort b 0* k» and am*., mlliwwud, OT C 

All. MR. per tor* ^ J 

Liir* fir miltwood for drum htt'cre, • 

I', is 141 leng ns c*\ C 

Per cord - . 

No 1 fir Biillwood. cord *■• 

Pir split wood, eord ** 

BIG IOADB - QUICK DELIVERY 

EMPIRE FUEL LTD 

II* PANDORA AVE - P 4918 


BIOS GAOAIVDINC COAT. StTTAK'JI 

lui alioil person r #i»» 

ADICa AND MIN B ri/TfMlNi.. 
drei.ea, bi-v.re ,u . also other ue»- 

SlOcle* Dau? a Ba<aar, Tl* Bl> », 


WAKE UP BETtVICE 


* SLOCK* AND WATCHES EXPERT LY 
' rieai, ad and repairad Clorb Shop 
lea# Pori. Cloek* bought and fold. EPJSi 


Tor Pull Particular* 
TELEPHONE ANSWERING eCRVIf'S 
or VICTORIA 

no johnbon BTntrr ■ *: 


1*4 emmon tungue and groove inn* 
Irnath*. Nr ] rammon frade, a food bn? i 
before prtre inrr*a*e». only 1*4 49 

1*4 rt reran? utllltv grade bu* *1! * iiiakl# for 
p'.af'a. aturtdlr-f, etc Par 1.400 feet 
Only |iP Art 

lx] dtevred all 4-R. length* Par U lit 90 
1st d-ft lervfiha Na 1 and baiter romm-n 
Each 90c 

lx? 4-fl. lengiht. No I and belief teamen 
Earn Ibc 

N» 1 enmmnn ahipiap An unuautlly high- 
grade l**i be auhatilMled In plpeoi 
uaually requiring No I and 3 ts4 w yih 
l*e? U 411 90 

III width* Per M 119 00 

O.-rden Slake* Parked IS pure* per bundle 
4 ft. lung, bundia AOr 

» fi long, bunrt’a *Jr 

• f» long, burdl* 

1 ft |nr«f, hundi* *i< 

9 rt. long, bundle |1 00 

Common ta’tir r '*ij per llnaal . 3» 

Garden lath 40 pn-ee* Plr Vv 

4*1 pir-'Ot C#0*r IS# 


I " *i, are Pal Hlggin* lur fine wairn and 
cioeb repair* at People a Credit J#w*,.«ra 
Ltd .111. 1*1 Port at feet 
. 

* ’ your o»" measurement- It 111" 

E czema itch, piles. pbOKUsis. try 
laenjor* Gt/intment- #]• Carmoraol 
BiraeL and all depai intent drug (tort* 


l.iu If I ORKI'N TAILGHAO 

14-14, tiuru uni « ha-rifuo 


I’XPEIUENCED TEACHER Or PIANO. 
I ‘ aingiiif. Tlolln. mandolin guuar. 
banjo, ukulele, ole. Coioult* 31lr-l 

REX SCHOOL OP POPULAR PIANO* 
Don Partridge. Menager and Tearter 
44* Yale* Street G Mil 


VICTORIA ROOFING 8 . 
INSULATION CO. 

Ar.phall Shingle* • Inmiatinn 
Wall and Moor TH* - Biding - Gutter* 

Pnr Aopiirstloa ar Re bale 

hi port inRErr phonb bidi 


• ’ a • • BBADIJIY UNIT WOOD Phut Kh 
Tungue and gronied and flnlahed * iih 

was, rnu n f ar u>e 

Prim*, fooibinaiien of *i-*r and inert 

grad* Hr par aa ft 

Ar*L#,o'i# all grade* davolwpinf frnm 
No 3 rammon and b*i'rr th pr, *q U 


GVKLY TWIN SILVER POXES BErtT 
* offer E >643 


UhKHA’t I.GAT, SIZE 14. UUUU C«*N. 
rtuion I « ar neat nlfar H lip* 


,’Xrk.RIP.NCBD LADIES’ TAlLOniNG 
e <1i.**makii<g. alteration! E 4411. 


DRY-LAND SAWDUST 
SPECIAL 

' MORE HEAT FOR LESS'* 

Kumbei line head’ a- !»••• ffugl.e fl». 
double *' r*e *d Urt *ftrt log* are hauled 
lit truck dire, i t# the n .U a, J ai no run* 
«n thrr gn Ih th* water Nl’-O't and u»a 
rl*anr>k -audi.it jnu #*er bmight Bulk 
only. 3 units Ik Piompi aeltvery 

ATOM LUMBER COMPANY 

310 JOHNSON *T WIST tS344 

Cveninga O Mil 


\ T EILEEN 8 SCHOOL OP DANCING all 
types of oanctti* taugnt; ahildren. bill- 
renm epecialty 14> Brough-en R.-* trial 


I imY OPntfRN t'NIkljRM PlhA 
I tuaefc sergr. #ir« Jg. a* n#a, ».’b 

K *»o# 


I ,’ UR REPAIR SERVICES - PUR COAI6 
rwpairtd. r**.i >0. ahnrtlc rapei re 
lined, rltaneit. g **#d deniothaa. fr## 
aiuraaiea Mudaraia charge* (all. a* 
bv«r Paul, 30i Beam Drue M 2 jKi 

I.iOR KEIPINU YOUR WOOLLENS LIIU 
* n# w, wa.n Ihem in ZERO SOAP 
Nothing lire ll. ll 24 a Bos al Tu* 
I lean, V#. tIJ Eoil Bir*»l 

I \H)R 1A ASHING Kl.ANKrni t’BI ZERO 
SOAP Tne- will lone like na*. $1.35 
hoi. The Beehive ll] Kurt Street. 

I.MW PICTURE - FRAMING— UIGUON’B 


MOORE-WHITTINGTON 
LUMBER CO. LTD. 

J*ig BRIDGE ITKL1T Ellul 

lura west *i the f jjn ism Rou- .aiout 
—Two Block* D«wo Uuuid* 


.1*4 HT GAItAKDINk. BLACK 
»owd rinriimin Sue l» l»e*. 
•«# EMkl 


WABHINO MACHINE SERVIC8 
f annry-Ttaii *d SerelcemaB 
Oenuln* factory Pan* 

Year Benny Outnbuior* 

Mclennan, McFEELY & 
PRIOR LIMITED 

ltd# GOVERNMENT ST. PHONE O 1111 


MOTHER'S DAY 


GO* ‘tl KNGUAJf sum H»,f« ill I 9 
I* rhe*i *0 |»> gll la l a -* 

• -ll <-*• eu* Jt. alutofi nee t> $»|t, 


niJXCREZT DRYI AND HR 
4 B4ROAIN SAtR OP NILLCREfT 
* » Douglas fir dryland plo»k* and hark 
•lab* In IJ-liKb taniUia Mill r«-t fir l» 
nighl- re. pmmenrtad fur furnaie firajiia'e 
and kite he a rang* This wood la drv 
vn’i'iah for baseman! and is ail hand- 
graded to el’miii s 1 * *»»ou!i and rubbish 
Imoieeia’.a itUVff) 
t Cord .. •»«" 

3 Cord* •»» 00 

Al«« •* hr- a g<iat*n'*ed bare-dry fir 
blocks and slabs, at 4* 40 ?>#r card. 

CAPITAL PUEL CO 

Die. B 1641 Night. B Jkll 


RGGF-Rar CTlUt CrLA f 4R 

PAMOUS POR THEIR 
RLPf-IU-AYIVE QUALITY 


FENCES - FENCES - FENCES BUILDING-* RENOVATING? 

Of all s' v'r* and art#* as t. 1*4 and g-.s 
pr-ait pirk*ta. aia man# up to your Indi- 
vidual d**in. at low coal a 
Ppe ial 49 fl fare# rnmploie wllh 4»4 
ptil# 3*1 railing’. Is4 pleketa 
board nail*, fie Plntahad height )^t 
I lit. Only III 90 

NAILS - NAILS - NAILS 

Btuck for nallai W* can a.-pu 10 lb» 
nalla per nut"*i*r while auwoiia* last 
Come da* a and •*• u* 


OPk-N DAILY 9 TO 4 


DIGGONB 


A SPECIAL SALE 

Drv Inline f.r blryi ♦» and ba>« tl»b* 13 
incB. U you want a-.-ad wend, ba# *ciy 

SOOKE DRY WOOD 

Guaran'eed h»ter In water At! hand- 
picked. no rubOUh. Tfti* bargain for giiort 
lima only 

2 CORDS FOR ONLY SI 0.00 

DAY — Empire 4»3» — NIGHT 


• II GOVERNMENT STREET G 3021 


SUN RAY PRODUCTS 
LTD 


ACME WINDOW CLEANERS 

RAriD SERVICE, GOOD WORKMANSHIP 

E 901 1 


BULGARIAN YOGtIOURT 
/ * ENGINE. DIRECT PI'OM OUR OWN 
' * urad# A farm, drllvered In cartons 
3*c PP.R PINT O Hit 


III! DOL’D l- Art BT. 
far the'r ewmpitta 
fin* of 

REUANCK STEEL SASH 

—PLY WOODS 

IXVK SETS 

« Alii; tr PUI.LS AND HINGES 
OYPROC LATH 

and 

WALI.DUARD 
TEN TEST W ALLBOARD 
INSULATION 
PAINTS • P-AMHJI 
VENETIAN RIJN DA . PtOOB COVKRINOB 
OIL-BURNING EQUIPMENT 


J v OILS' FEASANT BLOUSES SIZES l-t* 
' * II H JUDY GLEB STYLE SHOP. 1341 
Kedufme.T, O 1341 


\ i-Moarr new pour poot mutai, 

bed aa d.n f-r .n. *i»r wa-flUad ir.a'.- 
iraae *»rln| rni> p.e*a G4S.I 

’* J A' ORE AN STYLE SOLID OAK DIN. 

J\ It g-roam auii# HIM Mc-nn4> 


t0 FROFK8810NAL »KRVR'E8 


H ave you a mortgage or an 

Agreement for pal* that you ter* .re 
monthly payment* from and ar# arHaus 
In tell to reallle ytiur rath? Alb far Mr 
Hpeitcrr ar Mr. Smith for appointment or 
ha w ill cal! at vour home al your reuueal 
Pinanclal Surrey Umited, II?* on*»'o- 
Diem O » 3»1 nr Evei Cnlq. 124 ft ar t 6444 

AVE YOUR BEWINU~ MACHINE OVPR- 
hauled bv eaparu. Pree eeUmaie* 
Wars guaisMnert Birger Sawing Msch-n# 
Cu Phnn# 8 * 411 , 


SPECIAL WOOD SALE 

■ ONB WEEK ONLY' 

Nn 1 Dmafli* Plr tn*M# BlorhS. 
umk bark *l*ba No ruW»i*h 

2 CORDS S 9 
4 CORDS SI 6 

G *111 • n 312* 


FOR A BETTER FINISH 


a\ aaenihg PayrwJL in- .-ma tea ana 
aredtt e nlectl*ig Bmxs **t up kepi part 

• ■me or monihly. Peao roasonabla Pbona 

t f .m a • • ■ ' i - _____ 

T’sAprrAi. »>■ . - , 

* J Vanronver S-reel, puhllr accauntaiUS. 
•odlis. income tat, baeikkeepln a ■reiem* 
lostalifd B 4141 ; aver.ii. g. Bill*. 


H El'ROC'M lUlTt CHER TlRk IKI ft 
•u'l*. '»dio orihpafkBUM gtami-j i*. •*. 
tl1rh*(t Ub'e >111*11 lab ►, 1 r !• ». #i*ci'ie 
warher, priroluj Hamlltnn Bearh * 
brainr.. sea er*. loaner and **ngoi*b 
Inattar C 4 * 13 . 


ipenty CrdarwaU Blamed bl?**e Mary 
•#er* nf r*>*areb ha* raiul'fd In th# v»rv 
f|n*?t of 4 -coat flamed *hak#a for e**#rli*r 
wa • No rene-nling for many rear* No 
alraaki •» gtolna Many *ur*«llve eelnrs 
from which in rh^oe* Added i»ut**ion 
Pa>v in appl? initreeil Orarerul appear, 
anrr Ad.«* dal'ar* In value *f your hnm* 
Cefiarwall* rarien p*r»#d Include* iindr'- 
rour*a and nail*. 44 »tj D coverage 
Only 44 »» 


MILLINERY MAGIC 


I 40MKAV DRAWING -ROOM CABINET. 
I • Chingaa 

eharm la in? ronin Make ri,i# |.re*#tt'a- 
IWb prv*ei.i 41 .n. I ** by J4 * a 94 Inili#* 
r s 1 Phon e r. n:\ 

M ETTEB SUVA TRADES. OtALS trifl 
USED PUBNIT t.’RB 649 JONNAON 


Y»ur hal remodeled and 
Ireihly trimmed 


Am nnniMMm. nKstYLtn to 

laiaa’ fa’hlon. Reasonable 1199 Van- 
>«r Ai re#' 


\ TmACTIVK ROOM. GOOD POOD 
and care Park E 0934 . 

t « LOVE LAY PRIVATE IlOSPnAL LTD - 
' p.,ily a'aftad; grsduaia nurte* M*di- 
etl cnnvale,.#: t* cbraoica. 113 * a««*Uy 
Tarrara E 3614 . 


WOOD 

■ywr !»» I Lin land Dtiugla* PI' Wood 
(hi t oar* *lab* vrtaed *‘ h maul* bi» k 
J COADH POR III 
Jmniediaie tNl very 
B 1 624 at B 1)11 

ISLAND FUEL SUPPLY 

Beware nf Peddler* 


A SPECIAL CLEARANCE 

Of Cabinet Ironing N-’#rv!> ta*#v utllliv 
board astra *ie*vr board •ireng; hinged 
hardware S- ply flush rtf?*' All comple • 
Only $4*4 


POOD PROP. 191 k PORT 

Your natural vi'amin amra 


SUN RAY PRODUCTS 
LTD. 


A REAL BARGAIN ON DRV BLOCKS 
A and nsavv bark Nab. W*li> Jr r*»« * 
• ail Or • bv far the bv' » n 'd •" l®*" 
ir»adr for basentnir, J‘* torai $3 NEVER 
IN WfATtR 

RONALD MOPKINB PUEL CO -4 1914 
Order Today— Delivery Tomarrew 


MINNIE BEVERIDGE 
MILLINERY 

111 PORT BTREET 


INVISIBLE MENDING ALTLR ATIONS, 
I drr»*ma#lrtg I 0 )« port Street P #419 

I APVB WOOt AND NYLON ANK LETS 
* *i?r?_ gnert wearing. It *4 a> THE NET - 

IIIVE 413 Fun Biien 


EDROOM AND DINfNO ROOM SUITS, 


M anor, private hospital and 

rqiivale*. en howif. Gradual* nurses, 
day And meht B 0533 


A LOW-COST PAINT 


ABRYMORE WILTON BUO *«»••* 
gnod r- nqlti. -n 1*0 G **•* 


A tperial r r*rar C# pf failinu* #nam* t In 
rt.-roni!n 4 »«! relrn *• ’» prtre Many 

Other »per.*| priced pain** and ar.ame » 
A remp >?« gtnrb of aU paln'et# eur.drifw 
#ic 

call en u* fnr drain tl.e. eement #all- 
h-aria, r<K?fing». planar Gypror aath and 
rtner* builder#' hardware lew!* ard all 
builden arceryerle* 

Pioer Ba. dare and Edg*' for r#i • Bull- 
d??»»r for hir# for b**#m*i?U. es'avauen 
»i«- Biidgti l*imi "fi building lua-eGaie 
fat home tatrtkMMn'i 


aVpair oviarr and convai w ent 

Hnivt* ton Rleliardeon. E 9413 


AOE-TO-MEA 5 URE I OGGI ng WORK 
boon ar.d dees* ahnaa 
YATES STRE 3 PT SHOE REPAIR 
Yale* Blraot Pilau# B 1*43 

G*i?rg# Torg Prop 


* * AKPETS. OPHOUPl EH ED rt'EHHUU. 
’ mallr#**#* r cared and mnin oraafad 
ar Ver.’ouvsr island • aides* and larges* 
*1 vuv* aarpai c.tanar* Ca?o#*ori.,«. 
E is* I 

j .overv 1 m “nr 

" b#da. whii* enamel *i*h*r Pre*'n 

pleasure e'ma’T rue*. •*•» hair. pat*, 
pan* »'t. O J416 lid fkiehmocia 


ACTIVE FUEL CO 


SPECIALISTS AND DIRE- I 

IMPORT Enit 

TINE CHINA AND CRYSTALS 


N URBIBti BkRViCK-Oraduaia. Uod»f- 
grad . prariitAl nur*#* rjpo.iad. B IIH 

O AR LODOB PRIVATE HOSPITAL. 

Medirgi. e«nvaie>.#ni and ehrutiN pa- 
« ten la iended with klt.dne** and perannal 
ear* Oraduale mum in HUMlNa day 
and night 4 «lf Quadra B 9421 

ri’ME BtRCHWOOD n<«'vi and board. 
I ennvalev -#i't rare to- rldarly panpl*. 

- "-M R 21 ) 7 . 


ALL BEST HlLLf REST WOOD 

\ LL HO. I DOUGLAS riJl BLOCKS AND 
tlAPl 12 m No rubbish r / 

Ready la bum. One eord JO 

Immediate 0 #tu#rj 
HtLLCREBT WOOD- B ATT AN SJf GH 

Day add Nigh* I »« 


Carmen B-f.a 

341 PORT SI 


CHOOSE YOUR 
WALLBOARDS 
FROM THIS LIST 


Rad lint Lump 
Poothll!* Nul 
tooth nit E*g 

Pou'htlls Lump 
Coia Cobble 


\| ADP-TO-MEABUBP. LADIES AND 

• irv 11 1 <uiis ai .(I ciala, Jehu M<M*yCer 

1013 Pwrl Sire#*. G 4113 


SYDNEY REYNOLDS LTD 


THE QUALITY PEOPLE 
Opposite toipro** Hotel 
In*p*r.U 0 D Cordially Invited 


Ter. In, 

Done a rena 

Orpfi?< 

PV Hardb?..*' d 

Pin#* 

Pighty Cgubro 
torn B«*:d 
Kanmnra j-piv 
K#r.h"’r# * p y 
Tania*! or !»• 


N UbONS rOUNDAUGN OARMkVTB 
tbmbin* iiyla. Comfort and Health 
Nubane Conn Satan. 116 Vt»w Bt. up 
•i*»»* 0 1441 


Hfin* five draw'Kh ' heppr/jBe. 

1 • 

't » r.air*. »i« mw 


TWO-DAY SAIJ 1 ALL HAND- 
Vp-ti'and bark and bloekt. 
tan, I cd . 4k: 4 ed» II Boi-a- 
rood 1 ed , I*, read* for b»»e- 
r-drv kindling, talk Immeil- 
3-fl. tlr for drum 3 ed* »" 1* 
•ICi. IMil. itqM L’UI 

OH - GRECNHOUREh AND 
O nod heavy 6 -foot e#o*r 
aly 4 2 40 per tO'd, *1*0 fir $-fl 
•A id par card O K PueL 1 M 


IH 1 0 *r*r Bll##l 


S 2 00 CORD 
CEDAR MILLWOOD 

HARKNET7 FUEL 


1 ii.D 001.D niAMONna bought, van 

1 * fata Jeaeiert, 11$ Y*l#e. Room 4 

I »tC*T CRT »»l AM IN Ur— r mST-CLA.V JOB 
* gu*r*?ii##d. Large «n»ek of moulding* 
WH lamtou • 4*0 Pn?l hire#, 

j 41' I 

' almijow bos rrama* Any *i*a 
RC CB.APT HOUSE- 91* I net (i IMJ 


STEWART & HUDSON 
LIMITED 

w* gorge road aim b mi; 


Wt MARY’S PRIORI OOMT 1 HOURS 

•64 Dwuglas 

ST ORtGORV-BY-ntE-SBA 
191 tea Ttrrtca 

in MARY’S ROM# 

442 Barnard Avfnoa 

The** baut** ai?«ra'#rt by lh# Bluer* wf 
|M Le## of Jri.ii provirta every enmftrl 
and ear# far aidariy p#upia. 

Pwr tafnrBaiian. apoiy Bi M*ry » Priery 

B mpira $433 


t *tNfc-’TE err i-jght pinism drop# 

Iff • ■ • • tar shall a $'* 

sl um dinoig lame and * rhgln, lahlo 
tipei » i» aa»'n«lmai#ly 4 ♦••• s-iuar* 4 * 0 , 
la'gv-airv v'mUii Ire hr.# $ 1 * $-pna‘.ar 
datibla h#d wt«h rtbban sev- m« *34 I 1 BI. 

H RATER RUUD, LA1PST ~ MODEL 
tu'amaUo 2d-gal lana ranpv ram- 
bU htlun ■•> vial an<| waod ha' waiar 
rm a hi'* r> IIMl Ivbi* wvlm #>i llb’arv 
bediif.m *tHo Adam . r*#m rn«ii#rfi#id 
tbr>t#rl?kl#. b#n> *ie#|. etngi* O 1*4* P"r 
9-n k Apia. r##«onahia 


WE BLACKTOP DRIVES 

VAUDb WALKS ROADS 

Pre* Eitims tea— Work Ciuaran,»#d 


MIDLAND CONSTRUCTION 


ACME FUEL 


I kKABANT BLOUSES AKTnlWTftBYR'TJ 
I to 39 OAKLEY’S APPAflEI. 3451 
QUADRA SITU. 


BIO CORD INBIDE BEkll-DRV CB- 
Car. $2 00. W eurd. $> J5. E $133 


l»D« HAKUOll ROAD 


COVA COLBl* 

hi. Ai K DIAMOND NITI .. 

BLACK DIAMOND LUMP 


LUMBER SPECIALS 


Itrrz SALMON RODS AND REPl© 
All flsh'ig r»ert* at $14 Jnhnsbti 


yONE-DRY PIR. CLEAN No RUBBISH 
> *iav* mg-.h*. $4 34 *t rr.rd » M 
ra ter b>n«k*. 1 1 04 'y soft CaM heal 
1!? weed Lumbar Sr rrje-i far repairing 
»etir. etr two ndrire? lead*. $# So. one 
irrier load. It M R 1921. 


Kow IN 

BIG SHIPMENT 
TABLE LINEN 

ALL HAND tkt Mitel DIKED 

THE ORIENT 

Mil GOIEKNML.YI ST. lOpp Me A Me 


Victoria Retail Lumber 
Yord Ltd 

not GOVERNMENT RT R 31. 

iJuil two bln#** owwn rntm Ih* h»n 


4?4 cede* Po*'*. p*r li».*ar ft I'. 

4*1 Cedar y»*t» per linear fl — tl? 
•16 Cater Pott*, par linear ft 3 #e 

All Price* Per Tneusand P*»? B"»rd 

Measure 

Reti p.igl Ur»de af S by 9 ** oy 9 and 
C*.’.ir up tiding . $A$.P9 

!•$• D-*»»*d So- ’da. H# * eawtmvtei 91*09 

1*3 • P4S. 4 099 linear fi . $3* *9 

lit'* BOB. 1. 909 tlnaar fl $3* 99 

3*4 Drr-sed Utility Grad* . $14 9* 

Jtr T and O UUUty Grad# $14 «d 

1 HI” Sh P.6P. UlUliy orad* $J«04 

1*4 »4b BwordS W« H 

lag” Premium Heart* Shrplap - $44 09 

Ii4 B4S Utility Grade liab* 

Ail malarial* far M foot fenew 41 $ 09 

Sett af irate*, iwwaal art#*# and ou’e»#*i 
delivery aarviM In town Wa ean »uaply 
•vary thing In Lumbar, drtssad wo Iwor 
•irtrs aa two I dSM •• rough 


S PRINO SWEATS HJS LOVELY SHADES 
SWEATER SHOP 

Midd-e Of Rhwk fine? Po.t Offlr# <1 3414 

«vpiNrrR BUPJN3HIB iINDIVtOU ALLY 
kr daiignedi Mr* Morrtinn Albion IIP 


FOOTHILLS HARD IOALS 


URDY 

. Naurocaiamaioi 
Lanwraiory 

rnot.a IfcdJ* 


JOHN M M 

•pocifia cniroorori/y 

Pracieion XAiay 
till BMBShard Bireal 


i kRY KINDLING WOOD CAMfROW 

I • w»m and Cr.aL HI Cormf>rar?i » 3t3t. 

TN1R BLOCKS WITH T1IUK BARB 
I |Jpha aU first fraw'h. na r??bM*h, I t 

card*. It* K Hon oat maa*ur* O t7»$ 

I’ VOOO PLR MILLWOOD DIB9CT JBOM 
" I Mil, 1 rant a, k$ 1* Pir haartrig 
•awdust. 3 unll*. $149 'bulb' Ed D#w- 
hu-vt so’e distributor far Booaa li*BUii 
0 4*14 anytime 

N O I PIR DRYLAND WOOD At 

.. Jt- Tlppatt. o 99*1. 


28 ART1CI.L8 FOR SAI F 


I OYAUft DTNET1B SUITE W|IH 
it n >■ r. rt!*>**r: gtni pi,#n# 

.10 * m 

I AMi • f.HiHT OAK SQUARE JAHLK 
** and • *h*ir* Kratir.g MR 


T HELL A roUNDATtON OARMKNTB 
orgaitiavr O 3*04 


8b BI II.IIING SI FPML8 


1 ABT WEEK PGR PILING RETUnw 
J prepared #>p#rtiy. Hat** mwdorau 
f 13. tone Otr? trnmrnl Bt. B 4*»1 

AUCR2 HGBHK 
Incsma Ta* CPeiaalianl 
,]• Voars wiih UwmWJoi' teo*#rnman4 
Inram e fa* DivlMpn; 

INCOME TAX PUR MB l‘UI PARED 
1 l*|i#rt Advlr#' 

r mu*. U$4 OavermnfM htr#*i O 141 
Rvtidenr# cpMuim JM B 


R. A. Green Lumber Co. 
Limited 

2891 DOUGLAS ST 


LUNCH-HOUR SHOPPERS 

dht-p With halislaaiun Prim tha 
Chulewsi helaei.un nf 
LINGER!-. ultlDAL Sk l IS. HOSIERY 
KMIVEAlt, WOOLS 
At ti>a 44 ih , Ennonmiea. Pricaa 


DORIS GOODFELLOW 


■ Ann 1XJGRB FRAMES - CABINETS 
OCT AIL MILIWGRS . COUNTERS 
TO ORDBB 


N’Cwy oodd wood 
IT TO BURN. DRYf-AND PIR 
ver tn wat#r, t cord $4 M 3 aarda 
*d?d* 4*i Bcna-dry. I wrd |3 kd 
IS* M D*v« O HR n.aiil* O 1$*1. 
VICTORIA DOUGLAS PVEL 


I GRAVEL DRIVEWAYS, DM AINU, 
fill. ai». 4I.M lard, cetntnl graraL 


REPAIRS ALTIIIATIONP 

ovni** farmai i* Jam#* 


rpAILORIKO. 

1 an ladlar 

Connar 129 Part 


Y k AVID ANDEBPOH. RbOlBTERED MAS- 
1 ' mur bydrotharopy ■••dub m««*H 
iraaimania fo# *11 rheumnld •wnait-una 
and nervoua dUwrdar* Crystal Garden. 
»>?M. E hll 

OSTEOPATHIC PHYSICIANS 

n " K. VERNON B. TAYUjV Tbu I 8T EKED 
A opt pnty. Jenra Bit . 133 P«r» S4 

PATENT ATTORN BYB 

V« UXI 4 (LARK. POiant aitovway*. fde 
Al Bsnb oi Temnla Building Virtortn 


LL TUB LUMDLR PGR YOUR HOME, 
diraci from lha mi4. wheiaaaia or.r* 


LUGGAGE AND LEATHER REPAIRS 
OF ALL KINDS 
PROMPT WORK 


IX - PI»CB DINETTE BET, TWO - TG^B 
1 la-knif# labia, At »i.«y* lag o Mil 
n b# ***r, at Hrl Wilsnv? Atr##t 

'Ul'ER - Sort BED LHB* TER FIELD. 
1 d-u'ita e^rntga. new ■wndlllwn D» ■?»•'« 
** *1? jrt v#i j r#a#"r able E 19 ’» 


k*PE<IAL ALL YAOD DRY TIIP WOOD 
D r#due#d ta mil at 3 ear** for 913. 
also Dryland fir lawn-m by blawer J 
uni’* *f garden sawdutt 92 Phnna E 441$ 
pr B $1*4, Langferrt Pu*l. _ 

AWDOHT BPBCIAL. 2 DAYS ONLY -POR 
••Man greanhwuv# er farm. I unit- 
bulk an 1 7 . 49 Ml 9 anil*. I* IS OK Pu»J. 
1S9 Top** O 3411. 


ICTORtA BOTTLE EECHAHOE LUCKY 
numhor* fee the last day of April are | 


TTXNTION BUILDERS— T49 PTET II I 
plants B 400* 14(8 Part Blrtai 


ATOM LUMBER CO. 

>1$ JOHNSON STREET WEST 
lAarnta from CAN Baundhaua#' 
im 3245 B*ar»tng. Oard'n $41$ 


NORRIS LEATHER GOODS 

134 UOVU4NMBNT BT. PHONE U Ikil 


ORE WINDOWS, LUMPER. AU- DT- 
menvlaas. 3 000 ft , gand V >h?nt, 13- 


V r OO STMPt.T CAB NOT TOOK U3V* 

tier lai.ight' If year far* 11 all dla- 
Rgurvd with tnel#* and aupcrf-uoui ha e 
flow m.rh bailey ta hav* them parma- 
rt#eit|y *"d #a*#'y r#n ?ev»fl than trying 
4a -flo” your face ovary tlrn* yoo t" auC 
An ImpetRlbla task whleh darrivcs oa ar# 
Call luday, tdJ Ranlla'd Rmlrtlng ar.d ba 
a happy #!>!' Oorothy Ranman tails* 
in aurtralytia. 


TUDIO LOUNOE. KXrXLLKWT CONDI# 
< uon. m n **13 


UOUD WALNUT TEA CART. EXCEL. 
4? i#ni aaaditswn. $11 EUOI 

LV INOI.E RBI? AND DIUUWKR PGR SAUK, 
~ $35 S 3144 

fPHREE- PIECE CHBNTEJtPTELD BUI TE^ 
• vim ealur, 4*a 2404 Savannah Ava. 

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WHAT IS SACA-PELO? 

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are ewtiini up aU eur *u-i lumbtr and 
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wand This wood It very ratr ta >p'1t *r d 
1* lrt*al far kllrhen. kindling, hea-.ar ard 
Inniri H la all r#adr H> burn and it 
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mer month a Na aawdu" ar niMlvh 

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VALUE FOR YOUR 
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YOUR LAST CHANCE TO PURCHASE A 
SIDNEY ECONOMY PBBCUT OARAGE, 
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Daiivara# ta Year Urt. Ta* Paid 

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are «amp#i.ed la advaneo out pr-*a on 
May 1 Orcer# piamd bo'ore that 
a i)l be ae.eotM a< lha aid price wt <h 
innadet Duraid ahlnoiae. aaOv bardwara 
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an* raftara rai «a o#"»n? 


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A owmpiat# US* af framlaf sad BnUbls« 
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SAANICH LUMBER 
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FURNITURE 


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FARM EQUIPMENT 


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TURB-O-TUBE 

oil-ftred furnaces 

A rrelj (.ere Olird DM c» fur fwt. 

Ittrwmri! heating df n'tr.ei 

LiA8 Mwn- TO BUY. ISBTALi. 
OPERATE 

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JS mm- be applied to , nr. he 
Cell Mr 


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•harp UK* "f*r • teeth H: 
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One Ueed Ford • Tandem 
On* Ceed Pnrtf PntUe 13 
On* feed Oarderer Tr*> 
D.*r end CuUieotore 


poir Shop e 


iOOD CONDITION 


port is' 


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uid *i w ?»?« Droort n-)«a 


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A ASH EH WHITE ^ 3 ^ C *°* _ 

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i ruti-.oi .i tr'b - plorpen Oil t. l«« 


MOTORCYCLE SALES 
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colon. ipeecr/Oietwo. ole. 

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Britl.h iL*l'l*e.*ru en the nmdl 
etondonli end Springer* 

AIM. Mery. Mony gaorosteed weed 
me eh Into 

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light veignt BMKiuejcle Iroai 


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ELECTRICAL REPAIRS 


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pii.iign ond horrowA One front 
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I ’ loeert rentre* tl“ ^»p R»»d 
chuek Je.-oi't thuck. oiRay rett. 
1710 Denmen. 


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Mll-rcT 7UE NXW BULL MOOBl TRAC 
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iroTitinn » -» John K. Btoroy. fl' 


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1 tike n*o tprmi-fllled <;»»* e.*u ntet- 
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Sunday oU dor _ __ 

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rpo't re -**» 3-drot.er dre* *r loMe ena « 
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113 • 111 Johnson Btr**t 


LES BLOW'S 
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3C41 DOUGLAS STREET U 


ALL POWER BAW POR BALE. O MM 


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I An Atom Lumber ca , 310 Jnbn- 
»on Breet We:t. B 3147. F.»» 0 0*11 

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. i Hermn A” e»tt equipned »i*h bled*« 
. drum* end in A I cottdiriBn 411 
T'meen duuhle sete Kl Kit Intrrr.otlonAi 
truree Rno 7411. Colon:*' 


N AM EL 1C* BOX. PHOR* O :«t 


THE NEW 

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With the PP» ond only Ferguson oyitea. 


PUT YOUR YOUNGSTERS 
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CCM THIUYCYEB lit M. Hill. IIIBI 
WACiUNB 113a. II »l t« 117 W 

SCOOTfR* 13 31, »l»i. »«» 

PEDAL CARS at 3V |» II 10 *10 5< 

UCTAL WHHtl.lt ARROWS 13 3* Ul 

ROLLER SKA ILK _ tl *» to I-' » 

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Lounge, odjuoufcle oeU-IHled » i 
m.ltreee. rubbee-tlred 

»* >“»• 07 . $ 

bAatmorko hJ.rf In 9 

l*wn untprellAA, flnee* quoll'y. 

r,r.r,*. si 3 40 « $7 

Camp # 

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ed)uetobte -» 1 

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perah 'Noire »»' from * 

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bend' * meet d.»he« J eegetoHe U din- 
ner. 10 eoup. 4 Oe'iert. 7 eeled <U*intc. *-'4 
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1' dour, •men '. end e r .ooo 4 Bur- 
mufhe' hewltbeepliic n-e'htn*. complete 

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Nee Holland ond Bkylina equipatcL 


GILBY TRACTOR & 
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QUADRA 


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Poweftul - L<ght Weight - Fast 
Cutting 


| UP AD IW ICE 


1,'INAL CtLARANcF OP ODOf. AND 
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dlnne: ee-yice. for a.'hO leoe then Lit 
pgtQg met Burne'dg Writ ■ 


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PRIOR LIMITED 

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The Odletor.dtng Bav for Cutting Logging 

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McKENZIE LTD. 

»«T CORMORANT BTRErr B 7«l 

YOUR JOHN DEERE DEALER 

TRACT ORB - BPRIAIURB 
CtTLTTV ATIN O EQUIPMENT 
Now on Dup’oy 

Ooula i Deep ond Shollow Well Pumpe 
Li(t*n to CRDA Hr»o ilHM Dolly 


|AOR BALE ROYAL PORTABLE UUIET 
I d» lute typewriter herdly uoetf. o 
reel buy at III’ Albtnn 34RX 

1 AR4CE prjans 3dc VP, Oft CUT your 
own. tea |tr polae Boo *144. Coe- 


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NEW t.C.M ond KALEIDH MODELS 

SMITH'S BICYCLE SHOP 

OPPOBITE H0DBON 8 BAY CO 


BED WAnHlNO MACHINE •» HOT. 
p...r.» i-burner rang*. 1130, demon 
liumet 4-born*- range *JOO H 
Mol no or mg A- Co. 7>* Part Bt 


B C. SOUND & RADIO 
SERVICE. 

•31 PORT STREET 1 


WANTED F3 1 OR P3I TE1RB HPPI » A 
’’ nr raupled ron*» fli'der. 3’« ea e*e 
or PS iJ‘ • romere Lowrei print Re-.* 

407. ChnrrhUl Hotel 

WANTED' CHILD’S FIRE ENOIN* 
'' .wdol car or Jeep Keo*<m*ble 
a 073# 


BAD LUMBER DOORS MOT AIR 
niiiet eleer ei.d mureUooaoue orudee 
2 ’ l»» 


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28g REFRIGERATION SALES 
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COMPLETE H PATINO BEI1VICB AB 
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Bengee end Purnoy** B^’.d, Berrlced 
and Repaired 
Tank*. Coll* Elr 


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litewd Oerbwgw Burnor - »' M 

Wikw Retell Dtnlog-rwowo Table *4« #0 

I Fee Oiee'erf 1 * 4 Suit* 

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Walnut Bedroom <«le- 
Cwmplai# wlUt epriog or.d iNl4|- 
filled molt r*ee #M4 on 

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r» 0 * Buffet with minor berk . . »Ji 00 

Crib ond Mettree* |I» H# 

HOME FURNITURE CO 

(Bt PORT rntBET fAbovo Blanthordi 

Beoroo 1131 


RAMSAY MACHINE WORKS 

LIMITED 

14.1" ETORE BT OUII 


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FAWCETT COAL AND WOOD RANOE 
1 Ice King me bnr B »7M. 

| waa»'t IUNO ZJtf MXtUkAUM, NEARLY 


fRVEI. ELECTRIC MPRIOERATOR, « 
cu ft., new elicoA no mount parta 


W’AftpROBB TRUNK. 137 W 
> 1 r*> *«•■«» olmaei Mb* lit 

veiling rle.k bed end other 
Itentl been for bOet t 730* 


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• rreneed Oreen a epolien.ee 


Betlefocilan uuerenierd WoromeueMp 


Ro'otj.i'r*. R.»i" •*»'- rower nirami 
Oorren TtBClOtt ard U*rd n.«eftln*r> 
)]IA DONCAST EH DRIVE Ob' 


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oil rei.gr gou.l i 
we; atmg t «*; eh.ti 
) pnt-t . o* liumet* eepefo.* •♦!»», tom- 
p>t* dim reee.roir. f'PP»r cot. drum, 

r ump e nd gy gel* Um-g.ede fuel ml 
n etceller t condMon $100 ceob K #114 
to riev Mcndey . o, after 13 ntmo. A.au 
two porreb.e nil neater*. 14 ewrh ont 
p.’ortttallr MB 


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! rifle ne» 1044 ColeUle hd . Vi. ton* 


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DO YOU HAVE NI kD FOR A 

PORTABLE WATER PUMP 


FRIGIDAIRE FOR 1951! 


good ron."t oil *37 •> !H* 


ANTIQl ES 


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MURPHY ELECTRIC CO LTD 

T44 YATEH BTItEET 


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I .eon BALI. SMALL OR1ENIIOUBI 

1 ltd'. E 1*0) 

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fnct or.d Met lag* he* U. for g'la'O' 'red 
uaed woal-.era Inland IVoeher A Afptiin*'* 
n*n*!re 374* Ooverument Ft f*ti R441J 

{* OOD'bXT UP Kill III N CABIN ETB 
" • Top or.d hottom 4 !*•• long Cheep. 
Hut >0*13. tn • took aertlont. rhon* 
07017 


RODIL 

•aught ond aald. 0*1 Port 


ANTED - lO OALLON MOT WATER 
holier. F 1X31 

ANTED COLLAPhlBL* PLAYPEN 
with moiire** ti 47*7 

•ANTED I. Alt' IE CARPET » t If 
liner,!*! ciei.g.i R'-r 15*0 Cub'll'*' 


U lirrE DROrHEAD CABINET BBWINO 
inarhine. * feet lent rnndlllm. E 31*1. 

U r HITE EN AMtl. 1CB BOX » 10 . 3kJ0 
Dougloa BlreeL 

U 'lLTON HALL RUNNER. ABOUT 1 
)Oidt t-ite Break form H 3BS3 
\’OUR LAWN MOWER BHARPENED 
• Ilk* new HI- Way Repair Bhop 0 1014 
for ruller Hen* 


McCULLOCH 


MISCTLLANROUS 
FOR SALE 


Weigh* 41 1 1.» Pumpe 3M Gall 

Per M.nuie 

Lilt* II P' Kim Automeilc-Contrelitd 
Oo’rrnar 


o MOD* UN. CB BAM -COLO RED FAW- 
• » «*«t BeererbrortO '0*1 or.d wood einv*. 

In eirelleeii rondlUno, *#ry rleon and o 

I iguj all-mi. nd otnve Offer* contideird 
Uun* O 0303 

» ABB FUR BIOYCS AND HEA I'EIUF- 
’ Bevduit purneri tnouiled and re- 
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SSI JOHNSON STREET PHONE O 1103 


A PRIVATE SALE 
TOWARD- CHARITY 
BciliT 3 0011 AhTUT.Lt* IN UHEPUL 

rundl'-KMi O'oliel.ie fur e tren .n af 


A BODY BUM 


SPECIALS IN USED 
FURNITURE 

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GLADWELL MOTORS 

• LIMITED 

PHONE B 3111 


KILSHAWS 
THE AUCTIONEERS 

!l!» PORI SlH«n PHONE 


('AUDEN WOAE RURDUt AND PIKB- 
’ I tir |7 3t to HOPS. Bume'd* Ilord- 
• i l E I'll 


OUR CREDIT IB BETTER THAN 
arer at Humber'*. 


Phene O till. Etentnge. E 1031 


A urn Lit DEAL 

A t C NEW OIL nun NEBS. M» M 
rumpled;? ir.ktolf4d Ron Glover Oi 
EJertr.e t uib 


n ALLOWANCE FOR YOUR KITCHEN 
U tobie and etia'rt (la *ny eor.dl- 
. at p*»t down paemert np one re* 
me gutre *' Hl/MBFR 'B \V ARE MOUSE 
- e from the b:gg*<i eeieelioei #*'** 
hewn * wfcul# Boor full 


* CRANIUMS. DOUBLE HED »I 10 D04 . 
I dahlia*. 03 Ik doe. 10J1 kt. floe 

’ ENKRAI. ELECTRIC RrrnlCiERATOR. 

I HOP Pnone E 44*7 

IQ. CART WITH MOOD AND SI' ‘RM 

* * ,»rr. gwod coikHIMh. *7 E 7HJ 

I ANDSOME ANTIQUE CHINA rABtNin. 
1 |*0. lady t bicycle. »'-Q mr* ro'i' -g 
Boir, »6, buffalo rob* 14 343* Cook Bl 


Oil- it •* a) lee boiet Dam 10 04 *o 
Blip*'* walnut weierfol) bad room 
euli# 

Walnut on drawer del 'up dree 


AUTOMATIC DEFROSTING 

It built lute 'he r>ev Norge r*fri|«r*iui* 
now on diopley at 

C. TAYLER HOME 
APPLIANCE CO. 

1430 Government BL * 3301 


| . * flFUL BLKTRII 

410*. in p*tf*>l (ouditloii. onl cne- 
year-oM »:vi Phnn# B J0M or >*U any 
tune. 3 j 1* Cook B'.reet. 


FORD AND FORD FERGUSON 
TRACTOR OWNERS 


r% 13 WtniMI-IhDlA HUO. LIKE new. 
/ r • e or-ii ertede .omnleie wllh gudr*- 
fe'f prn-rd in# »l*4. Pereran rug wilh 
unde'le ! 4 k*. IV «•* fle-k 441 Rn>*| 

• Qutai Dp L-> *e" p-artablr lypewrl'er. I «* 
n*w I’.a ha'ordkv *rd Bundky pr^y. 
ho 10 ink Reiwb'.d Aye 

e C r\ WILL HANDLE * PLACE BETT 1NQ 
i DU eierlmg eileer dlnnerwere contained 
In flewlea* inahnpani rhea* JO plepe* In 
all Net e r b**., u»*d Mount lleker Court, 
mi Nv apart, BuiM 1 

nr MM ItOLSEY MODEL B3 WITH 

DD erenpled renreflnder. Irien.elly *yn- 
rh-nii red ohtftee. » nh flaeh raea and 
ler.k hood * id adapter ting E 0744 

Onn WEWt-Y UPHOUfTERJID TIIEATHF 

ZUU ***'* with padded eeete euiiobl* 

for oudlloriuiB or ball, MOO Bng 70S*. 


HOLLAND BROS. & CO 

•34 PORT STREET PHONB I' 


UY YOUR OIL BURNER FROM A 
apeclaliei. It pay a 
a » BOWK Fit OIL BURNERS 
7 Eequima’i R<.ad Phnne B 3*41 


\ PINE BE LECT ION 1 * U N E B - 
I't'eng. cabin werdr<M; 
eirang. eiaau. new eonditlua. Bargaihb 
07U Metre* Street meai r»r.H>rljm. 


LET US SUPPLY YOU WITH THE PARTS 
AND ACCEBSORIFS POR THAT 

fiPKINQ TUNE-UP 
a 

pOR LOOOINO OPBRATtOm #tB 
THE IIIO 141-H P. V ■ MOTOR 

• PHONE B 21 1 1 


I IOMB 3 arDnOOM 

I « »uite rhalr*. jawduet range and 
■mall billiard table. EIM4 

| I OOVF.lt. ' i'IOD AS NEW, Mb 


EACH OARBAOE BURNER EQUIPPED 
1 Wild rnpper ioll. OH burning unit 


BICYCLES AND 
MOTORCYCLES 


t B NEW CLARE JEWEL 4 BURNBR 

' ■ 

Pom: eoehing ra.ciiii* will, auicmoi.r 

oliut-alf Wood #'.d «oel <lr<u.*tn g heeler, 

iisiti* after i eoi. 

\ TTFNTION - RrPAJfU* PAR LB FUR 
atO it oiekee af eewtng moctUbea 
I rn.ne lor ek'.Hneie Tailor A Co.. •!• 
Furl Street O 3031. 


\ T Ct>r K A DOODLE DOO - HATCH INO 
rggi Limited 'apply nf e gbl veeo- 
o d pu *u. eveiiablr In June and July. 
Order now. 3»37 Oder Rlfl CnM^oOO. 

U *14* 

\ U. KlNINt OP HENS WANTED »)• 

llrepi hue*: B !WI 

1131 PALMER 


( ’CJLAMAN OIL HEATER AND OIL 
'y range. fully equipped. reoeoneble 
price Panne B 1 pB7. 

( 'ABIN COOK CAMP STOVE. EXCEL- 
’ >m eamHHBei EetUni 3#R. 


ANNUAL 

SPRING 

CARNIVAL 


quit* aiw 


SHARPENS 


l -WAY REPAIR SHOP 
eeae Ilk* llper a teeth Mb rtnrge R<» 


V trro CYCLE. USED VERT LITTLE, 
rhrap for taoh- M *04* 

U SA IN f*. ALSO 13kre, AB NEW. 

• at a big eafing Autocyle* from 
14# Triumph! Norton*. Veloretteg. 
Harley* and Indiana ok all prite* and 
guaranteed R uhenk* A Bur.*. Dougloa 
Street, pai th af Puuiitoln Circle. 

U " 1 CYCLES ALL SIZES HI FAIRS 
Work gutronieed Aarooeon *. M» 

Jolinaon Blyeel. •* 


Gladwcll Motors Ltd 

Per Genuine Ford Troetoi Port# 


C» BOX RXriUOERATOR, EXCELLENT 
rni .tlMon. # »n fluid e Hlmoioi.k rMh 
nd meltreea Both reotm.able K M*»>n 
ipetlr.f Rnad, firet turn right nw Weol 
oot.wh Road pool Rr-vai Oak 

CM BOX, M BABY BOOOY. BIO fl *004 


haw la progreoa aad offer 
ef waaderful NEW yotuae 
drape* and floor covering* 


MOODY HENS FOR BA1* 
1 Raad 


LL RFPAIRB - VARIOUS MAKES OP 
waihero: wrtrger roll* in stood. 
TAYLOR A CO 

Ml *<• Port 


l^LKTRIC RANOE iMrd ARY I AVAIL- 
Ii able wee* to ten days, IM Boo 1131, 
ColbBlkt. 


SOLLY Cll R K» 

.IPENDABLS AND I HOF HABIB FOR 
aver 40 year* Wnita Legnaro’, hew 
iwbabire*. Boned B"** C>o*’ Hea.p- 
• e, OI.U Dvgtiorr. Crowee Writ# far 
ful eat* ngoa Sr. I » Feu try meeting 
m WaotbRlm*. BC 


McCULLOCH POWER SAWS 
NEW PRICE $357 UP 


STANDARD 

FURNITURE V.0MPANY 

FIGHT THNOUOH - YATEB TO »TXW 


cnnu 


ITAWCETT MAYFAIR RANOE. 

I enamel fa.erk trim, high hoik warm- 
ing even. luted with Luo wl'b oil burner 
enpper rail*, ennetam level valve ond 
drum an In •o«**i randlflnn Mint he told 
nnw Plrot reawM'Ohl# offer ai»#p*»*t Alvu 
two-burner rhrume hotplate tor vale Gar- 
den I1M 


BET MOTOR MPCHANIC 
133« 


CB DOX. WHITE ENAMEL 0*477 


\ WNINOM FOR BPRINO, ESTIMATES 
free wide ktleolon of patlcrr.t on 
h*M F Jfir-t A Bin, Ltd . *70 JoDnooo 
Btfeei 


Cheap for caeh 


iOYB BICYCLE JUNIOR BUS, 111. 

BWII _ 

1 A1XOON- TIRED l!Kt LIGHT, OEl^ 
1 erotar. E30 1*83 Klnge Knao 


UE BOX. REASON * BLB E 1073. 


TONS OP CONCRITk HTEEL. *b ’ to 
3 . *T«i vondolt pip*. H' 1 to 


’ OOSK EtKM POR HATCHINO KEAt 


a I ICE BOX SB -LB CAPACITY. 
»» , .eea'e . rea'ty in l.'r I 

in. n top roxquet anil preo*. *7 ##. pi I 
offer*. Phone Q 7*fd) 

\ 

a\ «*r*. rtnilt »**."'•••* MrCaab* 1 
rtieque wrifero wivct kig'ierj J II PI 
BliMNEBN SYS1F IH III* Wharf F' 


Eva rrrrio io ntuNKiv. aurr- t «on 
r*i»i leeks ele Price* K«y «no* 


COMING 8CIQH 7-11 P . *» LBS . With 

Boro Up ta •» 

Moke Min'’ Wllh n.e.* Light- Weight, 
Feel-Cutting Bee. 


, DO l’ RIB REDS WITH BPR INO- FILLED 

, ipeiimw'. ilk* ne« | go* ranger:* 

4* Woeidiirwk 


I I AT CHIB li F-klOB. HA* 
1 b'lvoes Ifeeuey, Puklf. 
quit* V.kR 


BUY, TRADE OR SELL 

* goailewian a Oak Wordvob* 141 M 

A medom Walnut Woierfoll Buttel 1)1 M 

A Walnut lea "Agon IJ3 M 


I, ’OR BALE 4 GAB 8TOVSB ONE RED 
I Hot water g»* h'oinr Weoh tube 
etnke Apply Oibean e Bowladrom*. tit 
Yete* B itter ‘ 

I ’UNNACEB WECEMBNTED. COPPKn 
roth. mu oiled etove* coanevied and 
renal red R I >43 


’ CM BICYCLE WITH *H'IMI 
• A i .-her )■<(•** gear and broke* E*- 
'llent condition Beat offer. O MIT 


I EAYTKO POR PEACE RIVER MUST 
13 aell newly point'd and ronrtlfloi.ed 
l».t« Cnyvl*' llnyel eettSf diop-Rel t ■#'* 
and 4 Chen- #•! bu»;.er *>'.<1 »# •» tni. 'f 
hnt * o’er roll Moke me on offev M ill 
eell »h» work* UM0 Suruloy 314 Benh- 
w-uod. 

I ATE HTYLE 4 -BURNER 11 ElTBW 
■e range. *;ti*ll C'nlrmon ol! he*'*r <11 
nei!# tui'e will, jaikkr.lf* table, new B»a- 
ll-Ji gin • birytle f>rl • eldeweik »ky.||, 
rerh r*g«»»e». vll.gl* b*d B '»A7 

I M VINO TOWN — OENtRAI. rt.fC 
lj irlr oeviih.g wiernt'.e, outqmeite 
puirn New bungalow be# It'iMiefi 

0 3074 

1 ADY S RICVCTB EXCR1XFNT CONDI 
I* tlnn 174 FV Aimlnei'r rig • * » 4 . 
4J<* It 1410 _ 

| APIDARV APP1Y 11*1 LAFAYETTE 
I • R 4IM 

I ARC* BARNET ICE yftlQ 37*0 AL- 
le bery Riveef Ij'i-ge 

I ARGB RMKD •!#•. 

I* R(.k Ki" Colon lot 
I OOKTWl FOR BOMimnuO. I U, BrT 

Ij we hive II Keotlr.* MB 

| < 

I J glk 11* Gorge Well >3 3471 


.X 13 STUft O OFFICE BUILDING MUST 


• K AHLIt BARNm MOtORBlKE— 

J Reeennabl* fee quirk eel* B *137 

’H1LDB BICYCLE - EECELLENT CONDI- 
tion Suit *-!• y«ar #14 B 1003 

74 VBR YTHIRO IN BJCTiLR fttPAlRA- 
-J Bernefd. L>d . 1410 Do uglo* Bl O Mil. 

Frances r*- 

perfect ehspe. new lire*. O 01M. 


GLADWELL MOTORS 
LIMITED 


MODEL * CU n rRIOtpAJRS 
refneeee'or phone O UN 


4 R runs' SUH'LIEB. TEXTILE PAINTS. 
•'» fren irg Wi lemoon • Photo A Art 
store mu port £ireeu 

A dding machines cash registers 

era)*'. #.:c*r* Oeen Rlrherd’nn •)• 

johhkon fltreek ll]U, or Culquitt M4W 

* 1 RAVBL. I i f AH Mi L 

j\ grove riot fill rorkk fur r«- oer- 
lee end temlderk 0*431 

k F'lAP' SPIN -DRY ik AHIfER iRX- 
• \ r#nd lined. , 1133 Ti ler A Co. •!• 


HOLMAN 8, CANNON 


I ’AWTBTT MAYFAIR CREAM AND RED 

enamel ranee wllh warming oyi *' d 
rnpper roil*, *135 Phun# II 1143 

1,’AWcrrr lanolxy rang* o<>jd 
I rnnditwii. ond oppearwne* »30. 
OIK' Monday ofier 4. 

i.’Awtrrr buperr kitchen coal 

I ard wood Move Bargain 131 F# Phona 
O 3(73 


"TI'E CHICKS WHICH OIVE BUiLH*' 

O ftDlIl EAR! V ClltCKB I.AR1Y* bl* 
pur* breed* end O.tee rlv k*r«*3* '» 
•Hit ever* el'r **e er<4 etev'dlHo" 

Rf-,*d R-e«..-d Rtet.ii Turkey fudHe 
lemnuk llmke 

f Meral’jr* end PrR# LU<* 0r*» Requeel 

ple.e tO’ir eider y.,w *• >1 l*»<""4l- 
"II * Her ill* Thai Count 

Rt MP A SIN DA I J. LID 
Ldbf.e, Pieirta. 8( - Thwi * La' gw* .!• 

Vee. ituver leleed R»iir*»*r.l*(i*# 

3 L l-ANG. 3*1* lifer fen* H< . A'U 'WO 


I E L. POWER CHAIN SAWS 

Mod*' ’Super Twin. ' Weight 43 LbO. 
Complete ’W-tb" Ai-emmeni* 
'PIONEER ONE- MAN BAWB 

r/Jtr* . bERvjcB • repairs 


GOOD 


t V TRLB CCM BICYCLE NEW THUS 
’ > new brake*. Ill O »4» 3143 FifUi 

Bum. 

(’ENT (I CCM GOOD CONDI HON. 
’ * generaio* light M3 er offer O «)*• 


LEAVING FOR U.S A 


PRINTING 


A* b*w. r .ij loin »rrilor>ol ClieaterfltlB 
Ovkiie 1* blue grey maichlng OeiaeMmol 
•"heir*. T»e* led Mehegeny Bed mem Bull# 

• lift Mr. and Mr* Chtotg. Lem*# Carpet*. 
n<aetie Bull* aleo Bebv Buggy, ond eihgr 

• emo Mae* bo eeld »*• Nertheei* Btreei 


,’AWCKTT Wt hid SND Coat. STOVE 


IRA BECKER & SON 


PORT AbLt ELECTRIC SEW INO 
nr i»u4foni»»«J -. pn.y ISU 


’IBIS RALEIGH ROADRTER GOOD 
1 rendition R 4774 


( . r>r i rj i Hi fR KATGE. COMPLETE WtTH 
’ Y Air.Plo pnt burner In gimd rendition. 

l I : 

(«.| HOTFDtN’r EL3KTRU M’ml 
’ I * hi' e enamel, dren-oyli cooker. 1133. 

1134 Redfern Bt 


Vancouver leiend and BO Caaol 
Dtitrlbutore 

BANAiMO BC - PHONE ISIS 
VICTORIA AGENCY Ml* CAREY ROAD 
PHONB O Mil 


ILL’S SPECIAL RACINO BICYCIE 
rtirmn* frame alley wheel*, fued 


4 BC OLD-hT Vl-E ELKTRU WAbHE3t. 
• \ in go>.d run. ng nr cn Af.y leaoub- 
•bie ofier ar- *p rd E 0371 

A 14 E MONIES. J3e CTfRIBTM AB ROBES. 
J Y Ah’ Uly o? th* Volley eiump*. 3S<. 
3014 Odor HilJ Rood 

S IR COMPHISSOR AND TANK POR 
g.'foge. cii*ep (or quick #*!* K 'oi- 


ls MI MICAL INSTRUMENT* 


A I CCuhilTlON 


( 1 URNEY WHITE PNAMCL ) BURNER 
’ * iteir table top m*er eorellen* ron- 
diuon. ms r**h Jos* Albany in**, 
r « E AUTOMATIC STOVE PHONE ALB 
’ » II7R 


G B MURDIE, LTD. 


spring Forks 
ondiuen. Cheap 


‘ a FEW STYLE DRUMS, TRAPS. RBO 
OJ73, eoecial •373. an* Mellon trum- 
pet and ra«e. $»7 10. I eierlmg tnimiiel 
end ee*> |U M i Selin*' eUflnei and 
.»• Aid; an* E flat ell# **». »H> #0. 
Cleveland Spoalah guner end i*»*. 
*«•: I STS P'eeevl SpenUh guitar In 

natural blond* Bnleb. new eeee *•*; o 
large eelecunn ef u’#d fioltne Beeutlful 
Weahburn MendoTne and rate, *1J Par*- 
ar'e Mueic Store. Tt* Pendure Avene* 
■ 4491. 


LOCOING HOISTS— REPAIRS 
MACHINISTS- Wtl.DEPS 
PHONB E 1731 VICTORIA BC 


ADY « RALSIl'H 4 SPEED BICYCLE IN 


THE COLONIST 


1J perfect '->ndi' ten CnmpieK with 
*rre«v«ftr' O I7** after • P » 


’ AB RANGE. POUR-BURNER. 
* 113. Call 13*5 Mnntrnee 


U >TFTL CREAM ACE ICE BOX »13 


M omms* rent a carriage 
■ trailer er gw-'*rt for ehenpirg wl*h 
Mb*, or’* J5e *'l day af RoMbAen a 13#7 
BruA# Street Phan* E #113 

M ANLRF. - FOR BERT PC3ULTB t«» 
pufvenee* Burk guor.n **lt In apply 
|( euck, tie 'leered vn'r.imuRr I **< k* 
DUCK FARM Bidne* lb) 

M odel ii Winchester u gauge 

piime with * hnwn ehetl* |it Afly 
at iMiriien * uun SL'.p. •?» Pari<:c.iA 


28 n GAltDF.NS AND SUPPLIES 


«’i VIEW BTRBn VICTORIA BC 
COMMP.BfTAt PRINTING DEPARTMENT# 


ADY n BICYCLE. Ill B J«I3. 


I N PFRFIWT CONDITION. ACME COAL 
I and wood range, all whit* enamel 
warming drawer. u«rd 1 'ear Sett* new 
el tIJt A bargain for »*• V# fl 3*11 

M offat d»: _ i t .rr fi PCTRtc - apar t 
nunt range 3 veer* bid. *1 lit under 
> entrar ' 1371 D"r '0 laundry gin’*. »3d 

>311 Quadra. E Mil 


T VAjUETY WOOD PRGDUCn, n S 
kitchen teblieii G llll 


HORSES 


OKRAKIUM 

1 rr<NK DOUBLE HLOOM 4 COL- 
or* D Neuen M*;*-t|p Drive 


M AN 8 DOUBLE-FAR FRAME BICYCLE. 

Ihfre-ipeed. r «»'•>*' teddle. cerrlgr. 
**nh M> new. perfe. t iwndlUan. O »S7« 

1 fUBT BF.IL MAN B CCM BICYCLE. 
*'1 (13 Fhnne O 7314 

M AN tk 3-HPktD niKE. PlttLUPB 

What effrrki »: Sit* 

M ans ccm bicycle with light. 
ill cell 5i4 r 


1 ROTTFD MAhtnE. ClNDLRd. BOIL, 
reel tilt; si.BG up H Yye G *t«4 

CYLtNDI ft VACUUM CLEANER ’ VAC- 
tflr " In yon* e/mdlliao 1-4 .»# E 00*1 

PAINT-UP HALF VICTORIA PAINT. 
. 11)3 Quadra 11 l>7! D*-iverv 


N D PRION I GRAND PIANO. EPLEN- 
. did eenditinn. *33 Falkland Rued 

RAND 4* MILLET ELECTRON iC PIIO- 
Bogrtr enmpart three -tube empll- 
i, with magnet -uudkbiaMf. $•• new. 


LoMPLriK I lli.lt BLIIVICK. 
Char ire A C«wit Ullll 


I uLHANiUMB. O 1703 Hit CAR 
roll Street 


AVL AT GRAY'S 


nTAREfl TIIQR'itJOHBRFO BLACK 
Idi'g 1$ 1 mve'v dupngiilwn end 
>te**f>i *r„« Id gu*d hbme Bn» 44t. 


AJGR SAWOUST BL'RNKHJv— W k ARB 
re'it inrpi ege-.te Dumekii* S*.»» 31 
mid* Weet E3&IA 

ort AT APT -BI/E ELECTRIC RANoF. 

bw-goin. elan gaeulior rer.ge, lui'abie 
• p bnSt. trailer 334 Cut4 l *414 

OFFAT ELECTRIC DE LUXE RANOE 
Ray Cre-' waeb'rg merhtne O #34* 

OFFAT COTTAOF MODEI ELECTRIC 
range. 7 year* old E IM$ 

r CLARY WOOD AND COAI STOVE, 
very gwod rn. ditmn *«i o 4»4» 


LACK BOIl. PF.AT AND HOCK, IM- 
mediet* deliver i Herb Bet*. I. Ilkd 

LAf K BOIL. SCREENED. RLADY »GH 
1 loan. *'.»« re.lar pMU He. mint 144K 

.LACK VIRGIN FOIL RUCK. HORSE 
• manor* S 1451 


CK ICEBOX 13# ALBION l»1 S 


’AV« PIANO STORE WILL PURCHASE 
J ynkr ueed plan# for raah 7k* View. 
*M 3 

y<jTTAril PIANO IN OOOD CONDITION 
J Re *»•''.*»!* 3E4I Muagrae# 

.N>LAT SAXOPHONE FOR SAIX t ABE 
*i and inetrument in gwwd vwndiuon. 
IM. Retmotit t»R 


DDINO MACHINE POR RALE, tin 


AN A rr M BICYCLE IN OOOD CON 


ODCHN ICE RCA VICTOR RKPRIOPF 
etvif. ((parity. 13 If*. #»•« <HW»r |il 


ici-ffED eiAUGHiiN none 
1 Mjeugfttrrliig ..r el) W '»>»’-> F.'k «t> *•<* 
Iteii All 'tt>** »l '.**•*••■• wnugh* 
i 0> »-nk) <4 ■ e» Cblbul't 300M 


W kLL-FINIbHED IIIOHCIIAIR. 14 
H *ii* 

L 'HTML ICE BOX »:> ACPI Y AT 


N orton imt-the aterr k>o binole 

on tn* reed It * a • nne owner ’ hike 
and your* for iee* than half priv* I m 
buil-.g e liwure See ID Ii Norton today, 
then own It tt * the beet buy Ir. Vietorio 
334 WllkWn Bl.. S IW 


’ERTtFIFD BRITISH SOVEREIGN 
*‘rawf,»rrr plant. 13 tier hundred 
13 per I 'OU'Al.d fl HulUkAh, SAVeard 
oed. Ele La.*, nr rail n )*tr 


ODER# VACUUM CLEANER FOR 
r*r- -PAkone O IMl 
ONAOCH trK BFFKIGERAruR. GOOD 
c nodi non. »7# O E!23 

AJ400N PRAM, GOOD CTf'IimO’ 
S .’• !• 

o”T NrrrtD OEM potatoes por 

tee if ne eenklng Cnlqulta 1I7W 


’OkHARD ME1NT7.MAN 


H P.AND NEW GOLF SHOES. NEVER 
been warn, glee » III «*ddy cart 
and baa wuh 1 wood* an# 1 irvne and 

belle E *431 


I, ’OH RATH PRACTICALLY NPW WATER- 
I 1 t » Brlggi 

Btra’ten motor, cultivator die * and wlieei 
weight* G 0771 341 Tnlrraea 


ALEIOlf BICYCLE FOR BALX *#0 OR 
nett offer II* Ontario 0t 


M ’ KINT 2. MAN PIANO K»R KALE — Al 

nondltlun. Reeaonoh# EJ334 

I - BARF TO PLAY HI PIANO AC- 
J eerdlen Rent • 13-r.*## for • week* 

IlM Omig'a* Bt ** 

I atANO. EXCEU^NT CONDITION. MA- 
Itngany (M* *31*. E t*M 


H KDROOM bet. \a UUM M-ri ix 

Gi.fion ladder, HoL rwood bed. ice 
Prldge . #!*■• ptrtf Singer eewmg tnt 
eht-.e I Id# CemnaUOn S' 


WALLY GRAY'S 
ergo in Warehouse 


(ITU TRAD*' A YOUTH B BIKE POR 
*’ a be> t bike Cal. 44M 
.nrn IM 300 C C B1NOLB SFRINO 
ItjU frame Mull eel! I MdJ mnvn- 
lng er evgnlng 

men CCM SPORTS OOOD condi- 
I 7 jU non 34) (Nil 

inin POWEI L MOTOR ~ BCGOTKn, 
I 740 Ideal trankpertatloa IM) Harley - 
Deviown 4* in n«r* ihtpe 14#t Vanrnu- 
y»r Sire#* E #3«1 


ATT ON At CASH RKifSTED • fe TO 
*' #"■ 3130 reeh rh«me OH • 


’ ERANIUMB DOUBLE RED 13 3# DOB I 

> dahUke 33 IS do* IdJI M.-Ree 


SOVfTlEloN KTRAWRERRY 
13 per i#0 Tom nark. Rnyai 


B-KK. 


NPW MODEL N) 
1 bn i *l.(tli Sn* 


( kPrrns invited 
’ / win'hetier 10 no 
114* calantH 


IklllMULAS AND PANSIES IR PULL 
■ flower O 3*13 

Ijistock your nan pool now 
• 4 On dfleh. 3Ce tn »4 00 HyoriB'h' 40r; 
water plant. IE* tu *#• line*. II S3 up. 
Pei lend 133 Part at Bloneherd G F7)J 


USED PLRNIIUftt FOR LESS 


I » HAND NEW RAWHIDE MANS TWO- 
I » euttar trevellng rae# reel *E). win eell 
for jkl K7EW 

B aby r rib CQMPLETX M PHOHE 
O 14)3 


rilONE 0 04)1 


THREE YEAR OD Cf J< KJFR SPANIEL 
edbto a 1 -xxl burn* to Ui| our, try. 


2>IANO. 


y» AFRIPICC - V> EFT THOHOUSE 
nafiar enal and elect nr grey 
enamel rank etnee, in fair eondi 
O 3*1) 


NB GAS RAD1ANTFIRE" t. 
ele# bethtab and weetobnwl 


TONS, 


1M.ATFD ELECTRIC TABLE KETTIX 
I plated ante## rtteh H" point *l*»wr 
edvimt >*•»'*• bed table* pair tail 

rrut' - he* O C“tJ. 


MALL WHITE ENAMEL RANOE WITH 
'opper cell ME. Carter * Bt#'# »t#r# 

I Fed f Mil _____ 

'WITCHED TO ELECTRIC. ALMOST 
new ge* gravy four-burner B TOM 


OUTSTANDING VALUE 

• PIECE REDBQOM GROUP. W RT AT 
STRAW FINISH. CONEIBTINO OP 
BOX SPRING SrFI»G-> TILED 
MATT KERB 

BOOKS IIP! F HEADBOARD WITH 
1 MATC.II1SO CHES1 b ATTACHED 
mk * *frs rwRrra 
KIDNEY TAflLK AND STOOL 

ONLY $179 


TWO ORXND 


I3ENT A HAND OARDEN TRACTOR 4'4 
I i H P with plnueh due and tultivetor 

IMl Til. -um ,<l HN 

K rrrrrTuxrNO - rr>R satisfaction 
phore Ren Pnee. O 3M7 


anted for CASH 

plan..* one Iretpenvtte. (Ultable f#r 
He Flee** *t*l* »•**. brie*, eddreee. 
Bet 714#, Colon'*!. 

’ILL IB PIANO OOOD APPEARANCE 
and gned ton*. O »4# 


"aB Y PRAM (NOT COLLArBIBLE 


ARIEL MOTORCYCLE. ONLY 


INF • WEEK • OLD PUPPIES, RIAAGK 

eld*. ReTmwnl IW 


i ABIT TEND A. PRACTICAU-Y NEW 
’ a 1747 

ENDIX WASHING MACTHNE. AS NEW. 


U TITTE ENAMEL PAWCTTT WOOD AND 
rod) net* with taM Iron beck and 
e«al Ed*, wa'er lacket. I'O cnlq JdTX 


t’TRA’A'BERRY PLANTS DISEABE PRXE 

Improved Brit tell Sc-rrrelfn, |lo per 
I.bOb m field Keating »n 


«Q A ~f TRIUMPH TWIN ISO CC OVER 
I y**/ heuiet. new tirgi Arxept reteen- 
able dlfer t M#1 or til Oliver 

Tr\iri M A XL TV 41 JtJST OVER 

I 7 4 Z hon ed and tn perfect «ondt- 
Uen. SEN. After I p m H>04 Her dertnn 


I >11! ICO PORTABLE AND ELECTRIC 
1 rerttn; Remington J** nDined ever 
and Rnli* r*Pe' O »*M 


yUFFlEB WANTED URGENTLY POR RB- 
l*l* Tervew K*r>Mb MR) Nena.iwd 


S8f RADIOS AND TELEVISION 


ART CARfMMOE, IN OOOD CONDI 
r Ion. 0 1733. , . . 


’HITE ENAMEL REACH COAT. AND 
1 wood *i«ve Like new B IMS 

GIFTS ENAMEL STOVE WITH SAW- 


IIL, MANURE CTNDFRS. O HAVEL 
and pond Ptor.e B UM R 3433 


•HOTOORAPH1C 134 MM A 
un-pur ahartpr cnetri Ail 


uto radio Service, o mis. jacxs 

Auto Rod!#, tu PAndnra Aeeau* 


PTTT IVORY PAINTED 
gereon dear. • ft Hv *J*’ • 


U BCOMAR CAMERA. I'ltil STHNEID- 
er X*n*r P 4 3, Crmipvr. roll Hi* 
orfeWne. 4 ><H film hglder*. film back 
edarter 1 Were, )»n# h*od FaeS lrt« 

3 'ocr'ng •**•*. Ult-top trtpod. tool. 

• IM a DMA . 

I » PUT OR BUY TNf'nEW RFMINOTGN 
Ik P ervne.el Pnc.akie T’pewn<er Rig 
mo- hire per'nrmar - * porubi* enovenlen.d 
Call Re«ibgtdW Road. iW Broagbtoei 


77_g M « bwrner O 13*7 . | SUPER QUALITY 

BEDDINO PLANTE AT 

RECONDITIONED HEATING TYRRELL'S SHRUBBERY 

EQUIPMENT 747 PORT STREET EMU 


( r JHQ.pl Ft r AMI HA l *■ 7 rr 4 MONTHt 
" J Mrdel D-«3 mm. P1A. moled Wn.de- 
mr* m»* Speed.* I- IS to 1 KM With n*»h 
and .‘aryfng roe* 3133 eeeh Write w 
Day. #13 War# Btreei Hebert. SC 

(TkOMPRESSORS AND PAINT SPRAYING 
uhlt* eemp »twv*# bosk bed* JOcfeM 
heaterr aad poxlwr etem erenObjaplwF* 
derk end rhdif. 111 SothdrldOd k. 447 
Jnhnddn. 


BTKOMBERO-CARLBGH 
g-yOMBINATION RADIO. PM -AM. 1 
L apeeker • nib*«. etobdkrd 7* r P 
au.«b..N 

FLETCHER BROS, LTD 
• IN D0U«l*k Slreoi O F 


ARROW FURNITURE CO. 

L*e*U4 en OOVERNMP’-T STREET 

Set weed John* -a or 4 Taiee Btreeu 


BLTPR SPORTY T-t« - ONLY 
*0 add mtlea. IFM rmeb Phone 


Ceel irwe lar-tet heater*. 

Coal gtekero. 

Ou fired pork age unit* 

OQ. gee aad oldrtrlc range* and he* 'ey* 

If yew need reliable heeling equirmen- at 
* reeennrM# prim i hie Ii yaur dptuerumlty. 

Coll or FHnne 


BE WISE 

See ear M#<t ef Ar*4-«i*H •dieraye'-m 
before ywv bur 

PRICES RIOKT A La, OUARAMSFD 

, Brook lands Motorcycle 

Works 

Ul PORT OTRSn 

PM Shedhe B MM Keg Bheabg 


F ’MBRSON RADIO, NBW CONDITION. 
J III ar nediddl offer. CHqatU IMS- 

US PRESCRIBE fOR TO UK SICK 
I j rwdto tkur# gueren'### See B.II 
•DM' W-gnell al 7707 QttedtS dr MMKM 


BRITISH CLIFFORD 
• ROTARY TILLERS 

NEW M<7D#.!J» - PINBBr VAt US 

GARDEN HOUSE 

BAST SAAMCH HO»P UK l AKX 
ROY..L OAK 

PHONB COLQUTTE 3IPT 


WASHING MACHINES 

NEW AND REBUILT 

$20 to $250 
MODERN APPLIANCES 


CATS 


OOO HOME WANTED PGR PART p«R- 

*<*r. grej male kitten. O 7*r. 


I»ELIANC* TRBAOIX SEWING #»• 
i* Ikin' u»* r*w weed deily *#17 few 
timer Phewe S 443d 
I aOTOTIUJIR OOOD EM API MAS RS 
Ik eeree gear, died beaey gletd Mflef, 


(•HILDA (FIR APPRQXIMAltl T 7Y* 
’ by 33", natural fin-.fh fwJj pen*' end*; 
ueed twn year*, leee than half e.ridutei par- 

cheer ene* 41# Phnn# F 0434 


SOUTHALL STOVE CO 

•4« CORMORANT STREET O W 


TOMTOM BUILT DEEP 



CAR* FOR SALE 


43a HOUSES WANTED TO 
RENT. UNFURNISHED 


4 Za HOUSES TO RENT. 
UNFURNISHED 


4# FEATS AND APARTMENTS 
TO RENT. UNFURNISHED 


30 Dai Ilf Colonist t Victoria, I.C., Sbr-, April 2S, 1951 


By Marty Links 


OR 8-BOOM HOt'BI Brrwxxw 849 


T; n TOP AOIO SALES 


Irvtln, 1 ‘Nqb, ui furr .»h««. seif- 


mei.itettor-e !»• » 7M4, Co.otil*' 


i nciili suitable for 
» lool* 1 Price 948 to 
plumbing, nowy d*<- 
t>. fixtures. etc firm 
POP !y between t b ai 


r ••rU'-'cC kperlnivnl. tipper duples. ec- 1 
di-rorated, hnm entrance, every *»•"• 
veuieno*. electric refrigerator fee r*r.g* 
Weikir* distance to tuwn perk erd banco 

Very tui'.ab,* lot workli.f ar qu;*i coup!#- 
Ha children. Inclusive ntuc.ii..'. rent. l*» 
lOIT Ollphanl Ait Phene C »)M; 


to a-Roou Mona ur rc *m parly 

pouuitoD Been 


RIOHT, C ISAM UFPSR ROOM. GA8 
110(1. eieso In; *4 week 1*11 Caia- 


M1SC F.LLANftOUS 
LIVESTOCK 


HOUSES WANTED TO 
RENT. FURNISHED OR 
UNFURNISHED 


• LEAN. MODERN HED-81TTTNO- ROOM 

and kiPhen, censer. ted tor »eij pen- 
is «• w, rkJj.grr.en DM* at Ceor. *44 

‘raigJUibkf. u 4753. 

• LORI Vi — BLEPPTNO ROOM BUSI- 
— neu4&er.. touruu lt» RUbnrdson. 


FIRST . e,e 
No Chrome 


4TTR.ACTIVB 1-ROOMID. U H P U R* 
• » niched, newly convened suite eeir.i- 
pritete bath Available M»j let at »M 
Hey wood Avenue, facing Beaton 111!! Bar»- 
Rer.: t«5 Including ighi. Oi -O -Melir heal 
and hot water; private totrer.ee. Wuu.d 
prefer busiooes v.-piir. 


p? POR BALE. pOOO HEALTHY CON 


pONLALia EXTRA LARGE MOUBf IN 
" * lovely ground* R.*i water h»e'ed 

nee • aecoreted. 1190 P.secseu.a I 4557 

H' WO- BEDROOM HOME UNFURNISHED 
* Wires for r»n*v Near public school 
With option to pwrchaee Phone B 944*. 
eflrr 1pm 


root Youa fush pool now. 
.■jidfun. J<ic to i* mt Hya«u/ith* *ftc 
plant. I in te &5< ; ltilee, |l 14 up 
it 111 Pon e' ble'-ieha/d it ITU 


SECOND . . . 
No Aluminum 


i ’Lone in well rt/RNiaaro tiro- 
1 • Itga 1703 fvrnwood Road B 1370 

l.tuKNuutEo aum. cawaixTiwo . op 

I v»r» ;*rg* bed- sitting -room Kitchen 
end bt'nroom livittaini supplied. Weet- 

hu'inv Ratal K mi. 

1,'AlkMEtn 1 ROOMS AND KITCHEN. 
4 cue Ck>t« to town LM)5 after 3 pm. 


\ CCOMM ODATTON OP ALL TYPE* POR 
all Ptnuira oua friendly 
SERVICE WILL. SAVE YOU TIME AND 
ENERGY. RENTAL* UNLIMITED. 11)0 

BROAD. 

* TrRArTTVE MODERN APARTMENT. 
-» Electric kitchen. Pembroke baUiroem. 
etc Plnvet htattnf system. May 1. f.U 
h 1411 O IJTT 


PR UK POR BEDDING 
Bee nlch Lumber Varda. 


WO-BETROOM COTTAOE. CLOSE BUB 
lint C 1# 13 


THIRD . . . 
More Tax? 


] 9&N810NKR WANTS TO Rf NT ONE OR 
two-room teoin e'lb farder. B:» 
•014. Colon UL 


RKPV MOL’SKB AND ItfMDECRJB POR 
•e.c Apply V eg* Bond Pans, hn\ el 


1 ’ROENTLY NEEDED BY YOU NO 
1 luuplv with ene rhl’.C e houee or du- 
ple* Reasonable rent. Permanent!) em- 
PXijvrt Itelvfvncee if deiued Call B leal 


OVELY FURNISHED ROOM tN NEW 

r uu 


WO OR THREE- PEDROOM MOUSE 


2 building, bunt w* person. 


parliament Rldfi- and C PR. E Ibjh 


FOURTH 


*» Hvbchwood Ave, untl. September JU. 
)«il. at 443 e month RPi* 

2 HCDROOM NEW DUPLEX kill ZMM 
Oil Bank 81 V 


U nix SOME KIND PERSON HELP A 

little b.tnd child to tea* LJ> Itei t 
hr rer.titu bit mothe- e Mnall 'uv»tn,ed 
cabin In country Or • ud umierteke 
himeecplne dutte« *n farm tn return f»' 
tetiTii »uk vrartablm. etc Nu eelerf. 
p. « 44>«9 Colunlet. 


child arlrnmv IU (iru* tenor Ape:. merit, 
1340* Hi ill till Avail IM O M4I 

AVAILABLE MAY _ l — THREE ROOM 
u'V atilt# m r.vw ntMtern bmlitine adult*; 
#75 Hr « vrvumb Apartment, TiO* Coo# 
■treat O 5343 


LEEPJNG ROOM. UREARPABT IP DE- 

tlrrd. Ill HilUuSv 


•LEEPINO-ROOM POR BINOLB MAN 
Oee Bar Avrnue K #043 


BEVEH1.KY HOirt 

e crnMMCiDATION IN THE KEART OP 
c\ V:c:e*‘.e in a (otAf • r_»»* hntei at 
■r jar*'* re**' V.» •»*» rare nf trepiivnt 

pm pcrmai ent fua*te. H K. room* avail- 


, -ROOM HOUSE TO LET WITH » 
*♦ month*' option in ho) Down pet- 
mcnl |l >0" Total payment it ten I acre 
aerdenrd Monthl) peymente for rent 140 
Phene Cbl« M4J 

3 ' -BOOM rt ■HNISIIL d'dI’PL t X AT LANoI 
ford Lakr. light and water |4« Appl3t 
Ml Iitand Ifldhwey eNer 1pm 


WEEK. PUR MI EKED ROOM. CLOSE 
in. mceia ll Retired. O 3470 


A J-PEDROOM 


U ’AMTKD TO RINT 

hou»v preferabii In Je*e* Bey Toux 
Kaultv Phone E 7M1 after I p m 


\ TTRACTIV* PULLY-PLRNiaHEO TWO 
riionia end kltchrnrue. ItO mopUilt; 
evrrvthlng Included. 537 BelklrK Ate 
O 1731 


You'd Better 
BUY NOW! 


M HOUSEKK.IiFlNG ROOMS 
TO RUNT, FURNISHED 


T3I rate* Buetl. Victoria EC 

PDonaa’ 0 0411 0 037# 


44 HALLS. STORES AND 
OFFICES TO RENT 


\ BRIGHT 3-ROOMED OROUffD rLOOR 
eulte. eclf-tantelned. rarer and §er- 
e*v AdUlti Np pell 147 E 9754. 


HOTEL 


UNCOI N ■ 

• L4 AN COMPORT ABLE ROOMS. MOD- 
j n ate rate*, hy day nr wvrk Can- 

• eteff A bum*, away from home 


\ TTUAmVB ArcOM.MODAT ION POR 
t/.iiriate, I II K niome. eierythirik 
luPTiiUd 5 bine, from city centre 1007 
Llndrn 0 1134 i.i ervatinne anan#ed. 

LA ROB PUR VIEWED HK RlXliL 
•' ' ll and fai -v 

a month €19 Mum » Ainu O 4413 

V RRIfiHT. CLEAN L H K ROOM, 
heated, all fnund. Close In. toil 
McClure. 

* COST HOUBt KEEPING BOOM IN 
* a in pr'rate h"u»e ne»r Lubltve Hoepiial, 

» )'" per moms. IM* u*' 1 h*» 

\ Ot NOLI ROOM POR QUIET WrjRK- 
iii# pv *019. tunable for li«ht houew- 
• erpliig Suite 3 1*04 D"Ufla« 


» TTOACTIVr WELL-LIOHTED omCPB 
-\ mldwav between new e> a eld W*t 
offlrn S’jtiaMa eurreyor* mennUi-iixn • 
eaentk end oih»r» AiOed Carmichael A 
Co Ud egente 1314 Broad Bl'ce. 0 1.41 

U ARPLH SHOP AliW SURABU TOR 

breul) par'or. for rent t>»«*d b«nt- 
neu ln< «t inn Apply C Crow. 1438 Hetui- 
pi a or phone 9 7741 


7-ROOM bungalow 


Ponn III AN. Lovely en.lli 

r;T.« U, ' M $2475 


JAMES BAV HOTEL 


LEAN ROOM*, GOOD POOD MODER- 
eia egtas ?or i*aneie<.t or retnleot 
»«f. t7o ooverumriit- 0 7141 


• 'nr. Ilahl green. 

• hi e well tuve. 


5-ROOM SUITE. |T» PER MO ALSO 
1 room*, mi. Walking distance. 


MOTEL SHERWOOD 
New Management— Mtse R Solmnin 

I aAII V VkSEHLY AND MONTHLY REA- 
' ••• •tile ra'e* CMWaJlg lo-eted U> 
AnwiRuen Vl»tPrt4- 

121 Vat** S >eei Garden me# 


CAPITAL CITY REALTY 


$2145 


450 Corsnurant At reel. 

VICTORIA B C 


J *mr CENTRE GROUND FLOOR STORE 
’ Pr effee »pere fn- V«t’t. W'*B nfflie 
lurnulungi. bnn**erning eifunv'bphp end 
teiepfixnr eeevieee evaileUlr s> rllent die- 
p.v (e-ilit.e* App>' B"J 7741 CPIum'L 

j If VrRALL-T-l OCATTP OfpirER HP A - 
^ ed fr»e Ughta •• d l*l»phe"e %•• 

• -ering •e”i-e Nf W ly netvia<*d e»d 

riven E 4*<U 


* TTR ACTIVE TWO ROOMS SINK PRI- 

- * eat# entrance, conveniently situated, 
unfurnunea, 1)4. 1044 Tape* 


“No BprnhJtrd. we're no lofl|fT wnaRKcd. but If you want. I'll 
jflvs* you a good ktlrr of rpcnnimpridafion:" 


POHD 4 PAAf.ptfL.ER rOUPE- 

iC'r.::* $2195 


A TMHEE • ROOM HELP • CONT AIM'D 
sulle own h»>»merii and furnAce. 9)4 
REV7AL3 UNLIMITED, 1?1« BROAD 

1 sRPNTWOOD — NEW TRIPLEX TWO 
• 1 3-rnum apartments en» 4-rnem apart- 
ment r.ioitpenry Mev 1 Hnl- water Oll- 
O-MMIc heating eleetrlc refrta*'etar. »"4 
a'.oee sup>'!t«d. Apply V C D»»roi., B.'lg* 
get | Road. 


»I CONY ROOMS. 
rtie«U oyiionai, K J aa j. 


40 FI.STS AND APARTMFNT8 
TO RENT. UNFURNISHED 


BTUOE BAKER l-PAM UTAR 

count ... $199! 


HOUSES TO KFNT, 
FURNISHED OR 
UNFURNISHED 


TT R ACTIVELY PVMNHtHKO BEl» 
alt I ink fiom lr refined horn#, com 
• tot ll»l»t;f»*i/ 1 ere#pir,g 1153 Burde t 


nut MOUSE - WARM 
e-tth break feet r 5 lie 


/ 'LEAN 3- ROOM SUIT K. Cl oar TO 
' pert hue peet the fluer cull middle- 
aged cwttpia pr lady E 3734 


IRANI. HK ROOM #36 COURTNEY 
I* I id# Ho el Theatre • 


e EN TRAIL Y LOCATED OPElCt HEAT- 
rrt. 434 per mo Cebeldu * Mae t*d 

7174 

TKRTRAIXV-LOCATED HALt* PIANO 
end Kitchen facilities I 4331 4-5 r w- 


WHEN Pi SPATTIR 


$1745 

$1595 


LOOK HERE 
APARTMENTS 


CLEAN 1-ROOM bum: DIRHRB and 
<•4.43 


1 1IP CLAREMONT. 4TB AND 
Two end , .nre«-io*.rn apart- 


r .NURNIRMED SUITES AND APART- 
(nenlt. A large two-reomed eijlt#, 
aiui one large bec|.«)» ting -room with kit- 
chenette end clothes rlpeei. Aoul'f 4»0 

Queen t Aeen’ie E 7*31 

Yy\OA IfMCirffT SERVICE - AND REXI- 
a atile t»napta lltl your eeranrle* with 
C N Montague Co , Ltd. 1034 Bienahard 
a: Pint 0 4314 E 5447. 

I,VJK QUIET ADULTS - ATTRACTIVE 
* three. room eelf-cm- sained furnished 
suite, fully elect el- kitchen. linen supplied 
III per week S 4440 

I ' ^URHISHKD BED-BimNo" ROOM AND 
Kitchenette No diAhei or Unen. Rent 
43T 40 *30 Balmoral Road 


POND SEDAN Oreg. 
Hester _ 


* » *Qe.wt 

I M4IOIIT ROOM. NEAR PARLIAMENT 

I * lllilgi , suit buaineie peiten. 441 

Ruieerior. 


I JACK El OR APARTMENT- EVER VTHINO 
found good location near but Reeu- 
tlful ee* and mountain 'lew. Close to 
Park Reference* tfeO X 4H4e 


MOUNT STEPHEN Wee. J', rtnn.e but 
Ideal entail ercumniodaUwn ail eer'tce* In- 
cluded Per month Mt 


QUIMAI.T COMMUNITY CLUB HALL 
ell facilities O 47*4 


PLYMOUTH 
Melelllr MU 
7 000 mllet 


RCV7AL8 UNLIMITED. 1315 BROAD 


M EAcnrutxr-rrRNiBiitD one-room 
tparimeuk In new building. Adult*. 
91M O togl 


M fUOHI. LLEAN lhk room with 
eunnnrm on ground floor. Evttyththg 
found 3.3 t eoverr.ment Street 

I JKItilCr Hit ROOM. ALL rOUXD*. 
** Clnee tn E 7*35. 


n/RXLf AND TRANBfTJCI - 
vv eeeuittab> quiet tarrovr.dlnaa 
Court Hotel. I' er w.eid and HomErt 

A R 10*09 r N HOTEL 
AttracUee Quiet Aurroundlnj 
■ ••» and C»l4 water In Every f 
Cln«e In — Dlhlna-Ro'im 
Ml McCLURE PT O ARDS' 


■ ELVES BROS— 7 RAN9EER AND STOR 

*’ eg# focal and long -distance moelr.g 
perklrig. erkfine knd sltippu g. llf< ver. err- 
▼lee Id Vknceuver 


STORE POR RENT 

|,X>R RENT IMMBD1ATV POMRS 
■ vion, k me* cleko efarv k‘)i'*#l» 
grocery, oonfer'lor cry. drug **o»e e*e , 
else in apartment t*t rant In seme build 
tng if desired Par tniuwetian. appls 
weokdeys 1 p m to 4 p m , ice— 

L M ROHVYEAJ1 * CO. LTD 
1115 Lang «> Street Tv>p| one O 4A41 


LAKBlXlW NS— float *<> VUloria Collate 
4 -fMdi email, compact ltirii«h*d suit*, 
conststtne of Uving-room with li replace, 
at iracthe aoikM dmine-room kitchen with 
electric rki.se and P' * hedrnom and I- 
plvce bath karst* AVAILABLE May let 
for I months certain, possibly longer 

Per mouth 178 


MOW ARCH t - DOOR SEDAN ke-b 
*•.*. Real aiee ClflOK 
enndillob JIOtJ 

VAUEHALL SEDAN, e ■ , # #-. 

Ri* cyllanera * ' 

$895 


/ vENTRALLT LOCATED 9 - BEDROOM 
" mndern aperimeati OU-O-Matlt beet 
Included. IQ>. R 49)0 


Phone E 44)3 


I -ROOM DUPIXX PHONE 


WIMHLXDON HOCSE 
k 'VENTRAL BUH TO DOOR. PARKING. 
" > The oleett place to iur Comfortabiy- 
furntshed rc.oais priest# or ‘*rrr l-prlv*-# 
Path light Ki useke-plag If desired Dally, 
weekly, monthly 0 3*13. 144 Cook 

| ALL 

' > round 1431 Belmont or B 4515 


LXJt Bf NT -IMMEDIATE POSSESSION. 
I e#v*rml spotless apartment*, auiublo 

for two or threw -aoulvti, each apartment 
has He own private bethrnorn and kitchen. 
Rents 14# to 530 monthly Pleas* no:e- 
Por ln*|iectton. apply 1 p m to t p.m. 

weekday*. 

L M ROBEVLAR A CO LTD 
UU Lot. g.n Suae* Phs.ua 43 5041 


ANOLIA TUDOR. 
Like new 


RITZ HOTEL 


COOK STHEET-B* sea and par# A very 
choice, le'se t-room eper'jnenl Plrvplsre 
IP Itrint-room end second hedrowm (which 
would mase a nmet hea'HIful den. with 
It- own erittADrei Main floor suite In- 
clude* ce'iee end m* . merry furnlshlna* 
A V A) LADLE. MAY I. Per month 1135 


f LOOK HERE f 
HOUSES 


715 PORT ST 

APARTMENTS and ROOMS 

In the rer.tre af loan. ComforiaMe fc-ime 
w tih hoc end cold weser etesta n*et 
ti-i slur e#t»irw and L H privilege- Pur- 
aiAheJ iii » : "xnp’i wlUi electric stuvav and 
reYrlgerafllr* nraiunehlr »«»lr rates 
Trantlent nr permanent RUM E 1431 


ALP A STORE POR RENT. WITH 
window O 1014 


^URNtOHCD SUITE |)» A MONTH; 

hee: wa’er light included Mr* 

arris Suit# 7. MM Quadra 


EROU7MALT I ACOOK AvetLble tot 
veer or mu- at kt) per m • this nnisle< 


AROE WrClX-HEATKD OPPICES POR 
' rent. 3075 D'Ugiei Street five blm-ts 


«U AN QUirr H K H , CLOSE IN. SUIT 
K.iteLC bOUTC 914 Hlul'd- 


i AIHriELD— 3 ROOMS AND KITCHEN 


CH17IIOLET PLIXT 
LINE BID AN 


ROCKLAND AREA — A rhecminalv fur- 
nished tipper tulle of 4 . roomi range. 
Ena ard »«•»»* tflUmele In comturt aod 
tecluetnr.. ret imnied ate to all «#ryic*v 
Primi May to rnn S#pl Per month 1135 


oil ranee A t>-**lhteKine • •*« erd In the 
country, but On!* 9 mil** from town 


perking problem* Phone E 410k 

f vmCB SPACK BTILL AVAILABLE 
first fletr 4 VI Yetee R'reel 7Ti*»* 
pe#mi'»t are now Nelng re-mndeiied o*"*r 
will flnlth and provide spare «o anil ten- 
ant Agent* Caheldu and Met Lid. 1313 
firnad Rirewt E 7114 


I klPPERENT AND BETTER. POH BUNN 

• ' .%» or prefersi j’isi wutnen wbly -Au 

• rartive le-pe newly lumltlied tied - sill log- 
riMHii* isii *le ur d • utile i. u-- nu»l*rn 
kitchen etc. Everything ioDo.l'd High 
Paiibe.d. s-. ludeu, quiet B *031 or E 3045 

L'AniPlBLD DELECT LARGE PUR- 
I ntshed If K R alto single room, kttch- 
rtie*. tines ku Wellington 


1 ,'lfLST rLANS APARTMENT, BEDROOM. 

eltflr.g-'ouiTi dinette. ktrchenettP 
Pudge aiid elevlrlc sieve bathroom, hot 
water ard heating Perfect, grunt and 
be'* entrance laundry. 94M 0 7174 and 

B Mill View Royal Apartments 

l.fAIRKin.K THREE-ROOM SUITE 
1 large living room with flrepiarv bed- 
room aitcheneit# and bathroom. 952 M 
per month The Raya) Truet Company, 
40k View St- P.4134 

< J Hul'ND M/NJH. OKPURH. 3- ROOM 
’ 1 -elf-conlslned mult* Newly deroraled. 
cabin*! kitchen, lino and trove. Clot* 
lit bus end shopping 443 B 4997 

4 • MOUND FLOOR VERY NICE SUITE 
' 1 Ideal bireuon- I4ng Sfadacuna. 


1 RN1SHED 3 ROOM SUITE. CITY 
Centre No rhlMren G 5054 O 9334. 


ROOKL 1-rOnm eoltaee by Ihe sea fur- 
nUhed rot'-ieiing of L R klfchen vwh 
eiectrir ttote bedroom *r>d J-pi#*.# belli 
Avelleb'e on tewr leeee el 913 p#r m'-dlh. 
Pnr Summer months only at. € KTV 

PER MONTH >0 U 


THE GLENSHIEL 


jlUWf. APT. NEWLY DECORATED KIT- 
e henette IM(D Jahiuun fit O 7013 


Ill'll E CON VER Till LS MetelllB 

#reer. Redo, elf conditioner. 

rue'nm teei (overt, new top. 
eu'omellc window* end P-p. 
• vt cer in 


Pemberton, Holmes Ltd 

1053 GOVERNMENT STREET O III 


,10RN 3-ROOM SUITE NEWLY DEC- 
nreird Kent 142 M. X 70.14 

'URMSHtO OR UNFURNISHED J- 
room eelf-contalr.ed Mill#. O 5BII. 


WITH AMPl.f LfVINn QUAR 
newly decorated. Cook St rest 


kJTORK, 

O 4814 


$3295 


Sis SL'MMF.R RESORTS 


HIGH QUADRA * rm unlurnlehed hnnve. 
cotivistlnt vl Iltlna-rnum 3 hs-dronti.e 
kllcheu with wood and cowl ranee 3 pee 
be’ I-. full c.icm ent. ia i eye AVAILABLE 
IMMEDIATELY C #C 

PTR MONTH iOD 


I^UIXY EURNIPMEO SINGLE H K 
1 room; qul*:, rrndd.w- •«*•! peieun pre- 
ferred. 324 Men* let 


TORE — 117 1 OAK BAY AVENUE. B IS3I 
1 3 to * p m 


•t/rrAOS off BEAUTIFUL RESCUER 
■lev 1 i«nn- and ha»h-iwiP', eieelrtn 
••v*. b'-vl end b-- 1 ' 14 inilst (rum Vi - 

ii • k . Be.nvi-i'f 122V ereii.iigs, or Bu* 


I OVELY 3- ROOM BUITE, COMPLETELY 
*3 furnished radio dish**. *1 Cenlre). 
gjfl Presen' tenant oili give up eult# «« 
rmrrheie- of furnltttf* Sacrifice price 
Bo* 4057, t utvic.lv* 


,1UKNIRHRD LIGHT - ROURYKEEPINO 
rivum , clot* In, Phnna 8 4814 

I K ROOM BUSINESS PERSON ONLY 
. 1*51 Vencmiver Stveei 

I K. OK HLEEPINO ROOM. 415. fjlif. 


LINDEN AVENUE 


$3250 

$745 


*57 COWIC7IAN STREET Or* nf the mns* 
convenient lire*' !oc» In town, almost ne« 
neat as • pin. Pi-ivm. bunaalo* wired 
lor eiectrir ran*' Prnni lawn will b* put 
In P> owner Beck retd will he cleaned 
up which will an* ample »p*re for lamile 
VVgCebl* need*, ate. IMMEDIATE f •OB- 
SESSION ewr 

PER MONTH J / J 


LUXtlRIOUS AND SPACIOUS wel\-h«el*d 
aiieriment comprUtng llvlng-rooin with 
flr*i>lac*. herd w od floor*, bright mrcetn 
k ttcryen bedruum* wuh d«uhl# riper** end 
Pembroke bemroom Reut 993 l« respiiosl- 
bl* edulia. 


170 LET -OVER BANK OP NOVA SCO- 
tie. earner Dm u end Yet#* IH'ee'e. 
■ n ed)-ilnlr.g nlfirev approi'meleli 344 
w. red., aval. able onault# nr slnfie Im- 
tedlaie pusteselivn Apple |4a>.k of Note 
coil* Phut * O 4l#T 


YOUR VACATION Till" YEAR' 

AVE YOU MAD* YOUR KLftLRVA. 
tlun al Murnis Hliurwt fur sour hull- 


r OVELY TURK* -ROOM SUITE. PIO-LY 
• J furn'vhed. Will sell ronteni< fur |joo 
to new tenant flos 7830. Colonist 


N PAIRP1EU3 4 ROOMS AND HATH 
private en i fence I black frum fh* *ee. 
•• stop* *' door kitchen li*rr.g-rai<rr. 
nh (lowntleirv 3 bedroom* uoslalre Heat 

I AROE ORICIHT rROWT ROOM. LHK ' »• *U rooms Available Mar £ ■ 2»M> 

I* Very well furnished fireplace electric • A ROK BRIGHT 3-ROOM SELP-CON- 
hoiP.ar. ever.lhlng Rond f '-.-e ro town rii , ulle f ,,, hl| a, eor . M0 , n g 

V.' I 41 ott’ A*n‘ | 4h»* May I. Apply fin,,,, re«*nded. mndern ga- range Ilghr, 

• e'er ai.il heel sui.ullx' Heulleln near 


AROE k-MOOM NICELY PURNISHtD 
2 suit#, wlih be Icon 1 . 935. 44i Lmpic* 
■reet, Esqulmal; 0 9213 


K ROOM NEAR BEACON MUX 
Park B 4839 


$1645 

$1245 

$1395 


he *** for you** 
qr nice open 
• ay, 8<li beech 

(nit euurs#. 
liikiug. flshtna. 
r duur Keason- 
’ or •:!!# Sunny 

: \ • i" 


FAIRFIELD 


MONARCH TUDOR, 
Reo condition 


M odern three-room huite run- 

niar.ed, e.ectnc r»nic, fridge, busines* 
peep r. *84 30 Q »J7 

N TCJELY PlfRNINHED ROOM WITH 
klfrhener'e Clnsa In. pear bus, in 
r-od home. O 4537. 

4 v ak BAT a DR LUXE 5- ROOM pi ite 

" * in r.ew block handy fo eaerylhlng. 
At eileble Mer I *1 411*5 per month O 33»« 

I *I.EAh A VI P ; !»•. X)M SUITE. 

I aes vtove sink II end C water, ail 

found. Keiru-privt’e bath Walking dlt- 
taBc* Adult* 43J Superior » 


r f PST AIRS OEP1CE. EXCHANOE BUIID- 
' Ing 1319 Bread Street Phone G 13*1 

\1»CU HEATED OFFICE — EXCELLENT 
1* downtown locatsdn Smisbie for 
prn'esvionel man flei.' t '•» per month 
«. | A Heri.ard A Co Ltd . *>u Pot I A* 


OAK BAY Two »!d* bt-*.r.» 
fluer. unfurnished wired 

rant* Pul! tieeemenl. aeieae 
PER MONTH 


iiig-ruoni. beitroeim. kitchen and baihrnwm 
Hr pare l* anlrenct Rent |53 per month 

Apply 

A. BERNARD & CO. LTD. 

839 rORT STREET 


RUNNY LHK nri)-RI7TTNO- 
■ ulometl' hoi weier and heat 
«!»•., elth or wiifinut liner, and 
unee* per»ng* t 9)00 1137 Hilda 


I OVELY RUrrB. PURN7AHKD OR l»N 
1 2 furnlthcd Kaasenatii*. ikia Rtch- 
mend # 


PALRnEIJV- BRAND NEW On* *ide-by 
tide duplet, « r rums, unfurnished wiQ 

basement end ear*** C7C 

PER MONTH 3>/« 


$745 

$1095 


c-). AVD 33) CORMORANT BTRETT 
J c I Two small vlorev with llvn a uu*' 
;erv |34 per munlh eech 444A Jehus' 
e’re't, meilerr' Store, 14 b» 50 feet. *PDfnl 
im .'viv mc' idint be<*mtni * 'n f»*f si 
irw' ce sultaae lor rvisii nr light IliU. eM 
|T5 mnnth 9)7 Juhnenu Rtree- tmiaM stw 
su.ieti* foe tan uBr*. $17 35 m»vtlh. 

Apply 

P R 9HOWN • SONS LTD. 

01171 


VIKING RESORT 


IOMT HOUBEKXXPINO ROOM IN PRI- 
1 **(* hum# nenr Oak Bay JunrUnn ; 
f ft) person p referred Bo* «d8u. Col- 


I AROE 3-ROOM BUfTK ON MAIN 
•2 fionr. 1 child n.i drinking Ligm 
and fuel supplied 5)5 mnnih G >599 

M odern poi/r-room apahtmevi : . 

Large llvlr.a-nvoin. natural firepieve. 
grouniL floor. Owe ent rat. re Oa:v|t. 
Pr>»v#i*i».n M*y I 116 a mor th 0 3477 


FOB THE BUMMER 

CITY- Neat -ws-e- pin wider bnnealow fully 
furnished, of 4 ronmv, frig . cerace beee- 
mrnt. r*«d» tw mav* in act Me? I ur.411 
August 31 Adult* wnly, * / r 

please. PER MONTH iOJ 


Loielf i<r'iai»- n** and sompieiely fur- 
inched tlfepla. w erd view witutnw* h.ie 
bee* I. with hatuvat sail were* i.nnl .dee! 
foi children f uhmi * gnod Wtii* eoun iu 

VIKING REBORT. BOWBIW, 9C. 


1 AH' .4 COMFORTABLE DOUBLE 
1 2 rwucn Cloc# tn town, narw. hospital 
Evert 'Mug auppllad. 8 BJLV 433 Rupert 
Btreev 

I * 

*2 keeping room; heated. 11*1 North 
Park Rue*! 


LUXOR MANOR 
WALKING DISTANCE 
TO TOWN 

Onlf nne two-bedvwom apartment left In 
this rye* end ultra-modern aparlmeul 
tlock EleiTrlrally equipped 

Brown Bros. Agencies Ltd. 

1138 B LANS HARD STREET E 1 18) * 


SJ‘ IAINEO J Hrx)MB AND 3- 

pier# bath. 458. H.fh Quadra Im- 
mvdle'r poeetf'icn Will accept children. 
Kin# Really D3I3I. 


,N gaarw vwiiee. 

U'.mi mvi|ivu»4 

lie* Pi on' *#** 


X 'lCE 3-ROOM UNTURNISHED SUITE. 

Oee, sink, new ttpve Vacant May 14 
preferably one lady E 4408 


QUCENSWOTiD — A rval npporlnnity for a 
newcomer or visitor in a trend Ince:*. 
nrarly new. d# lu*e e-ronm borne close 
to (h* beerh, prlva-e and e email rork 
aerden aetle p.ue email fruits end v*we- 
lalt * garden Sort 

PYR MONTH . i/U 


COTTAGES ANp 


Q*TRlcrn.V MODERN ONE - nrPROOM 
aperrment Wall - 10 - well carpel. 
Adults i»u n mai 


2 -ROOM RU1TE AND RtNGLC OFTtrR 
for rent in hfoberl Bldg . 1*5 Ye'e* 
Rulteb'e rtr-Uir wr nfher profeialxnai per- 
■on Elevator and Janllwr eervl- e* G 6541 


CAMPSITES 


4 VAK- BAY THREE -ROOM upim DU- 
’ r Pie* garsfe * met!' he»l •> • g 

disten.e to ILiyal Judd*# Kovpital, *dj:i* 
nn.y B#a»onabi# f )444. Phone Monder 


I ARGE HfllOHT II K ROOM WITH 
12 *'irh*r.*(t* and vint. Cl*** In. B 4444. 
3*105 Chamber* Rlreet 


CHEVROLET COACH Mew a»*<at- 
Uc *p* rkiti * *•»> aalaf 
A reel dendf / J 


O MALL MODERN BUITT PARTLY PURN- 
1 Hied »ith frepiac*. *13 Light. aet#r, 
e.#rtrlr range B 7*38. 


XIOPE34N TRAILER PARK, 81 DAILY, 

-'I Os n.or'hlv CoiwaaS Motor Cmjn, 
*70 island lligii* #y. Lehflurd 


I AROE RA8EME.NT ROOM. ALL CON- 
* 2 veitiencet, $30 month, 158 Dongle# 
Hire*' 

r AROE PURV WILED ROOM. FIR* - 
1 2 pt. r # ,u r-u .d 3 b'-' tinea; baae- 
mrni t «i*#v Oak Bay. K 4194 

I AROE- ROOM AND KITCIlrNETTE, 
2 fuml*hvd or unfurnDhetf. i.ewly dec- 
orated 1315 M< Ke.itle B 53*4 


OAK RAT -Compact alira'ftee. furnished 
biin«a'ow m quie« an# convenient foeallon 
Prnn. M»e tor 3 month* # v c\r» 

PER MONTH 5 I UU 


NEW STORE POR RENT nn 0*8 Bay 

Avenue i|4*30>, with lergt windnw and 
Iwo-plere plum' Ing, verv enlteb.* fur 
elevlricai *r. p. Neoi. sign end well-known 
trad* name available . also luitable far 
retail trad* or coffee shop Onod etuiopirig 
distrin Aveilao.e immediately at 843 
pete mnnih 


f TNPVKNtSMED BED - BfTTINO - ROOM 
CJ and Urge klfrheneiu In aparfmerl, 
He * rnn Hill dlsrrtei gut rook SMvve atirl- 
prlvete bethrnem. 835 Rlngle lady B 9794 


rpAKLMO HOLIDAYS EARLY I COME TO 
I cam* 1 Roe ■ f"f May. 

Piirnivhvd rvbin* $15 week. Writ# Cam- 
eron Lake Ceniits. Cameron Lake 

2 -ROOM WATERFRONT RUMMER COT- 
teaea. Shawmgan Late 0 3844 


INT9TI NATIONAL 
PANEL 


,AK RAT. CLEAN 3-ROOM Iff.' ITE OAS 
range, sink Ru* at done. 893 O 87)3. 


BUICK f PASS SEDAN Idvsl 
ear for let** tiiC 

fatally - 14 4 J 


FAIRFtELD- Atk-rvmm m-derp home, 
sieve Available Mar I In # 1 

August 11. PER MONTH i I 


M If MED 3- ROOM SUITE WITH 
bathroom Ten mlnui#*' walk from 
K Phong O 1953. 


eprrm duplex pour rooms and 
BATH loealed hi be*' part of Fairfield. 
Available May I Rent k*n 


IS ROOM AND BOARD 


STEWART CLARK & CO 


U 'ORKfNCl OIRL WOULD LIKE Tf 
*h*r* apartment overlook Ing Bearor 
Hill P»-t PI v re etpenees f» 757J 

RAI • • K REN I FUR 

nutted nr unfurnlshetf. wlthtng walk' 
ing distance New! 


AROE, COM PORTA HIJI t. HR.. EVERY- 
2 thl'ig supplied Itlk Yernwond 


PEMBERTON. HOLMES 
LIMITED 

1053 C.OVXRNMrvT ST Osrden Il3< 


\ TTRAmVB BED • RTniYr. - ROOMS 
fur led-* In select Rockland home. 
Mudereie rales (1 3411 


A. A. GREEN REALTY 

504 GORDON STREET B91 


DODGE REDAN. 
Dare kin# 


II K ROOM WITH LININ SUPPLIED, 
< fnr working person. 1318 Flirt Street. 


CHEVROLET COUPE. 
As Is 


MISCFLLANFOrS 
TO RENT 


* PRIVATE HOUSE COMFORT QUIET. 
♦ \ nan ba'hrudm, garsge. bus stop. Bet 
avrhanged klqrlerele E **01 

A QUIET HOME. CENTRAL. OOOD 
tucking, |I3 weekly, olrtr, mer. pre- 
ferred 'i"4 (tavern man! Slrval g 8*11. 


AROE HR1GHT HK KOOM ALL 
2 found Employed person *)« Quebec. 

H K OR RLCEPINO ROOMS MRS. 
2- M Hu bert*, 3 15 Oswego B *414 

ARCS WARM - ROOM. NEAR RUIU3- 
2 mgs and C P H Dock. R 8378 

[ AROE FURNISHED H K ROOM CLOfiE 

1 2 11, Fairfield reasnnahl* 0*785 


YAIXANCE A> SAWYER LTD. 
O 3011 118 Broughton St 


’ELF - CONTAINED MODERN APART- 
“ m#nt. good location Reimont 48W. 


40s FLATS AND APARTMENTS 
TO RENT. FI KNISHED 


VARAGE VICINITY OP FAIRFIELD 

1 *nd Under. O 8184 


J ELF-CONTAINED BUTTY, OAS RANOE. 
^ Adults, 883) Bo'S Bay 


3 -ROOM DUPLEX FURNISHED III 

m"nth: 3-roMn duple* not furrUhsd. 
8.14 month, Belmont Auto Court Belmont 
HIM 


BUTCK RET) AN 8-whee! fob. font 
brand n#w lire* Thi* car la 
ourslandlns an# mud #4 #K 
be seen tn sroterlalg _ >0^* J 


CARS FOR SALE 


\ YTRACm* UPSTAIRS 8UTTE NOW 
*a« kt.t In private home. Richmond 
Av* Nealy dy orated. nUe large •<- 
ting bedroom. furolshH. with e.evutc 
rangeae and ample rUi-onard *pa<e Alsu 
goad bedroum. UnfUmi’h#d can be fur- 
nisitkd If requarefl Wsanroom with toilet, 
wash hssln- O'jod Hems, (lose to bus 
Would suit quiet rouple B #7» 


4 TTRACTIVE ROOMS BOARD OP- 
• » M '• ud 

park E (155# 

I I OAR D ARD BOOM YOUNO OFFICt- 

• r, " 1 • 


I 'NPURNIRHFD 4-ROOM SUITE OAS 
* rang*, sink, hot and t old w*i«r tn 
Jemes Hs. Gnu lo bearh, ivo Available 
Mav I. Plinn# O 7843 after 1 p m 

I T N FURNISHED UPPER DUPLEX. POUR 
4 rOSBtk. n> *3ll!rtr#n Hot tun *r.d 
h#s( fipplted Immediate m'sveagion 
B 34)5 


\ I438 FORD DB LUXE SEDAN 
Heaier. Owner leaving Bergeib. 
RM B 839). 


LOOKING FOR 
CHOICE RENTALS? 


2 - ROOM SELF - CONTAINED MODERN 
duplet, pries tv tniianc* Suitable for 
3 r-er-on*. City Hum*. Quadra »ir##r 
U *944 


AROE PROMT ROOM. BATHROOM 
i Biv.f 1811 c»rb#rry Oerdent » 3)73 


Model 


A FORD OOUPE MFTAI 
•np meeheni'alli perfevt **•* B 5343 


BRAND NPVJf BUNGALOW unfurnished 
two nedriynme, «• hit* eie trie rer.ee and 
■ play h»s!#' Pull baser! gf I lr. new 
serlhyn of r»1'i'm#R Avelleol* June I. 
Mb per m M»»n 


ROOM, CI04IK PARLIAMENT 
lings ne will bn*»d B 4714 


' 


3 ROOM RELF - CONTAINED UN FUR 
Blvhed flat for rent- Phone O 5)0 
after 1 pm 


OH OFFER TAKER IDS DURANT DE 
1 tut* eeden and ill* 7 ion tniern*- 
'• •'<»■» 2)5 Msrv 81 reel X J4M 


VAILAHLE IMMEDIATELY - REAUTT 


A HOE HK. ROOM, QCiri PIRHON 
v s $N1 

H K ROOM WALKING DISTANCE 
2- 1811 Bardel* nr X 1113 


I - ROOM RAArMENT 
3-pit'# bath room and 
Working couple 1731 


J V fulls furnished throe. room #«••*, in 
new n, me Cilortais- ••• ai d muun'ein 
▼lew*, picture winduws, bardwond fl-ovr*. 
• u'nme'.ir beat, flroplar*. four- pit * Pem- 
broke bethroi n. eunatent hoi wet*: Walk- 
ing distinct town end “Jubllve '• p reler- 
fi.ee alien uiarsm or Bu#iJ.eM people 
8 1)71 


TRADE SHOP WITH 

UP NICHOLLS . 

OR AND SAVE 

DOWN DOLLARS 

Oppn From 9 A M. fo 9 P M. 
Bernia NicKoll* ES9I1 


ROOM HELP CONTAINED SUITE Ft'R 
niehed or unfurnished Availeblt May 

K 4U3 


g •HNYRIXR WTNINtCM* SEDAN, 1*4* 

" $KMb(, Oead ••(»*, Ps'feri enr,4<- 
tlv.e. O-i ns MOOU milea I'hnna B 3798 ar 
R 4357 


1IYF IN THE U7TRA MOOFBN COM- 
PORT eif P4RKCREST APARFMENTB en 
Ooliglav wppneile the P*r* Re» and 
mouiltsln *'#•• from i**ie fully -DMehed. 
#:*< irlcalir-vqiiipped iwn-b*droom suits* 

WE HAVE THREE end PO0X - BOOM 
APARTMENTS In the Xeirfieid and 
Jubilee e-e«v Ren'e from 9* 1 ' per mnnlb. 


n Alt lM YLF. 18)7 CIlAfriDA KNOCK A 
single V seamy; business person 


T NF1/RNIRHED 8ELX CONTAINED 3- 

roofn sui'e EsaWmeR. Oround Dnor. 


ROOMS AND BATH URFURN-, WALK 
Ing dlelan-e O 3*11 

ROOM BUTTE - FUU.Y~FURNIRHEn 
Bilk, hnl ard raid wvui 539 B 4311. 


I'ACANT MAY I BUNNY BIDE OF 
' self.rnp'ained a!d*-b<-vid* duple* b* 
vh* «ea. Xat/Mrld tap befroam*. kitrh*n 
I* fM.nl *75 mnnthl} r 3**4 


! MAY 19. FOR POUR 

•••per* furuUhed *el!-«»n- 


rrrxsR * nex 


[OTXI. 


M U.LMAN MA1X8 AND SBBVtrY 

Dem«ns«rsfi<-n wilfiaut WMIgaMon 
3«)1 Dnugies 8**3* 

| EAYINO FOR PEA Ct RIVER M'lRT 
Is sell ne* le pglv.ied smv rnvidii ini.sd 
1918 Cl.ri *ler P- *1 s#dsr rlvnyi ly.1 lab:* 
ard 4 ehkirt. nil burner and tar.* vni-iver 
h*' ***** rail Met* me en Musi 

sell ih# warke this Buhvley 31# Bee/ a. 


41 FLATS AND APARTMENTS 
WANTED. UNFURNISHED 


M K HOOM f» WXEK *)& VANCOU- 
2. ver E 2405 


APARTMENTS POR BENT 
%ITt CAN OFFER THE PTNXRT APART- 
* ' 15(18 dlstn, B 

In Oe* hey, balh seafront and sea *t«w 
Bn me wllh Immediate possession. (Where 
roedy for ovrupamy in Mey and June 
a vn vnm* furnDhed apartment* for ehari 
and Inng-lerni lease* 

■WfNERTON * CO. LIMITED 


MOUNT ROYAL Al'ARTVfXNTB 

* VAILABL1 MAY I - BELT CONTAINED 

• * three foumeil eull* In modern biork. 
ear town and Be»."n HlB Perr Rent 
go per nXNi’fi Oaf vgv AduW* only 


\ PARTMFVT WANTED WE URGENT 
|y reed a 3 and l-bertr-wm ghfiir- 
dished apartment, duple* or house Klngll 
rail Mis* Nuno al Page ■ pi- tonal R»*ll) 
B 9154 


OYF1T LAHCtr BOOM FOB QUIFT 
2 person near Parll*ov*|i' B.dgs G 1971 

yhrnfiTW'OMK ROOMR All FOUND 
’ Near Oak Bay J.,n.iior r iy)n 

• " ' Nil lit •. v :-r«*. ■••if»r» - 1.AROE 
~ riom* Avnltablg rum nite* 

pwo FUBNIAHITD ROOMS |?4 M P*R 


APPY HOME FOR BUP1NB88 OIRL, 
nger JutHlee Hnsvillal Beal of meal*. 


APPLY RFVTAUl DEPARTMENT 

Kcr & Stephenson, Ltd 

14 GOVERNMENT STB YET 
Fhon* O *137 Dey or High* 


VANGUARD SEDA) 

tw<i« ard air to o 
glliergr, twn fn Hh 


AROE. BRIOHT CGMPOR r ABIJI FUR- 
' oished room wilh or wlifiout hogrg. 


* LWAYN A DEMAND POR SUITES AND 

s‘» HOUSES L3IT7 KITH RENTALS UN- 
LIMITED 1318 BROAD 87 


\ RYLP • CONTAINED RED BITTING, 
room giyiig, ptivero bethnvotu v.seinfl 
•U'.ve eog tr.dgr main fl.aif hot-w*t#r 
hvsilfif vgview. Olyniplr Aparlmsiua. 1378 
Yale* Street, ejqs# tp Uywn. O *V»4. () 7814. 

\ TTRACTIVE DOWNSTAIR* SEMI-PUR- 

iiUiivii a#H*konl«ln*'1 <ui <#. n»»r Dark 
and wi'erfrunl on Ijnden Avenue oii-O- 
Malic hr*' f»f*k». *1* P*r month Fraeer 
im. vt. sou Cour'ney Street E 9413. 


AOftTTN g tn OoAo n. 
fiee’ar end defrwvt5*. 
light green 


... 


n ’ATFR FRONT APARTMENT TWO 

Mil roams llvlnt-mom. dlns'le kll- 
chep eieetrlc rani* en<J frtdg* Pethrnom, 

f »*e*e IM per mnnih Adupe Apple 

elherln# Court. Bull* No 3. 893 Oorg* 
Read Weal. 


U ’ANTED FT'R Cl 1ENT BED -RITTINO- 
(oom and kli'bine'i# unlurniihed, 
with (for*, on groupd Di-or neer bath 
RENTALS UNLIMITED. Ill* BROAD ST 


*f udei. t or huftli.aes girl, 
met B 141* 


M oon, a courr new rpar* new 

point, nee betters ©Her*’ S A 
Oerefe Cniwood cwnere 


2 FRONT RUNNY ROOMS FIRST F12TOR 
LHK k'.U middle-age couple Linen 
or fuel not supplied 1 h.orkv from eeo'fw 
of eity, R#en after tom wretdev* 1528 
Yates 


H OOM AND BOARD FOR TWO OEN- 
llem#n or 3 ladles > win bed* Nice 
home In Owk Rov O 0*77 
| *0091 AND BOARD. OAK RAY. 0 8*37. 


M um BELL J4 BU1TK 4355 
need* work Mu*' *#l! Ih.t e 
*35 N Ch*st*r Av* Vk'orJo SC 


$1345 
$1 195 


U -ANTED BY JUNE I WFURHIRHED. 

e»lf -rnn'atned vui'e whin 9 inlntiiea' 
walk nf Parliament Rullrti;.*' Bn* 7801. 
Colon nc 


CITY- Nenl-es-e-pin Older bun»*Uiw fully 
furnished Of four rooms frig, 8***g» 
raien.ei.t, ready la move If •" May 1*4 
until A.iiust lie Adult* only, plees* 


HEY. READ THIS 

yOUNO MARRIED COUPLE RAVE ) 
■ Mr** unfurn rooms with plumbing 
R'hflng for 4 14 o month 'Mnokei# In Imwly 
hnir* with ik-mlnuf* but servli* No kid- 
dles please E 1(71. 


ROOMS IN BAhfMFNT 1 BOOMS HR. 
•felt* kUtomttlr hr.l wafer and hem, 


T9GNTUC COUPE SEDAN 
I mile*, were a"#*a»ry itu 
privately owred 83 (00 Me# 
1119 Port Etc**' daytime 


* TTRACTIVE. FCRNlBHETi. BE1.P-CON- 
J» tamed two-beflrnnm eulla, %H», ter- 
a*e. Ltn ien Avenue over pare and water- 
l".nt 111. FflAAKR 8IBCOE. 850 Cou.-lBey 
Street. E 8413. 


PLENDID ROOM IN MODERN ROME 


ROOMS BY BILIAPLt WORKINO 
rnuple around Mey 14-33 wired for 
_ — - lanan's. reasonable real. 


f desired Use of en- 
Reasonable. Cine# In 


COWTCHAN STREET -On* of *he »»>el 
ronventvnt Ipre'ion# tt» M>w« elmoel new, 
nr*f a* a pm 4 W- room bungalow, wired 
for eterirlr rant* knsll Iron 1 gerden with 
ground at ih* her* welting for the family 
fruit and vegetable* to be planted Pe»- 
merenl rental basia ETC 

PER MONTH 


r*ngv 
E 1847 


NNY FRONT HOOM. FIVE MINUTES' 
welt city; am one wr two. mtala. 


k T FAIRFIELD ON LINDEN. FULLY - 
•A furniehed bec.belar and three-rm.med 
S.C epadmenM, frd|*. *!•'.: in sU.ee. 
Refer* (uv*. 114 and up O 8J84 


ACNTIN “IE' 

Tu'inng Sedan 


41s FLATS AVD APARTMENTS 
WANTED. FURNISHED 


It ILL TRADE R ELIA BIX I4M D» SOTO 
»» with new ong* and dtfferor.ua: lot 

movarcyela of eqaivaiWBl ?*;•#* E 9437 


Bit ! V AN A* d#5, 
gwo4 oondlllon 


JUNNY ROOM. r!Vt MINUTE*’ WALK 
^ rlfy eull one or two meols B *933. 


ROOM HOUSEKEEPING SUITE. 838. 
1431 Pembroke Bl E3I41 

M K BOOM AND t LARGS FRONT 

bed -«u ting- room BIHT 


B usiness couple require two or 

three-room self-umtoined suite fur- 
nished or semi- famished ave.labl* May 31. 
Oood feferonre* Hoi 4149. Coionlet 


pKB SincHWOOD ROOM ARD BOARD 
I walking distance. !*J1 Ogeae Sireoi. 


O - CONTAINED UNFURNISHED h ,^" iunt. e>r»ncT’| for to 

X will tea. I reams and both, wired foe i respect*), ># couple 434 mnr.tb 

power. In newly- remodeled hnww Rent, ' 

980 end 975 Aitulra only Oe.dsT.94b8 

-ROOM SUITE - AND SATK, PARTLY 
lorn . electricity, hoi water end tele- 
phone included, very cine* in. gW E 8J7« 
alter 1pm 

2 OR THRXR-ROOM BUTTE AND ErDTC 
eneite. furniehed wr un famished 
R8488 

<* n 7 40 THR3CE ROOM BUTTE Off KPS 

Un* bright end sunny, wllh lovely 
see view >181 Cedhero Hey, 

2 -ROriM~ 8UTTT SINK, “CUPBOARDSL 
Close to O 1785 


VALUES IN AMERICAN CARS 

in . | PI.YMGfrryi aeden. 

174 I is'.liai te<;i •-> ui.d, 

BS SSi $925 


PEMBERTON, HOLMES 
LIMITED 

1858 GOVERNMENT ST. Oordrn 11 > 


SPENCER HOUSTON 

CAR SALES 


41 HOUSES TO RF.NT, 
FURNISHED 


•ILL. BOARD GIRL. 18-13 TEARS REA 


Ur HOUSEKEEPING .ROOMS 
TO RENT. UNFURNISHED 


A SELF-CONTAINED SUITE, ELECTRIC 
2 » kitchen 3 rooms and bath, heated 
water and light Rent. 144 VaraDl kfay 
18 Nn children. Boa 7854. Camnuv 

\ VAILARL* MAY l, KELP-CONTAINED 
7V suit' near JuM.ee H ••p,t#l $11 per 

month Algrove Aparuneote. plMtie O 2831. 


LANOPOftD 

NEW POffR-ROOM STUCCO BtTNOA- 
low. Immediate pneeeialnn at 840 a 

Ih. 

JOHN GREENWOOD 
1341 Broad St.-ei 


951 Vote* St. 


41 HOUSES WANTED TO 
RF.NT, FURNISHED 

Vjrvnvri' PAM1LT DES1ROUB TO 
1 2 rent furniehed four -bed room ho..*# 
nesr bee-r, far ene wurnUi. June or July, 
vicinity Cedbar* Bey Ouk Be* Ten Ml)# 
Point ar thereenoul B»« *854 Catoniet 


I pOR RENT — LA NOB UN FUR WISHED 
rivxr. l*w»r floor with pantry and 
sink Phone B 3330 - 

I N OAR BAT ON BUS LINE "UNFURlT 
ished H K room, eemi-prtvete bath. 
Bitslr-VM person preferred 0 3831 

U ~ TALKING DISTANCE. FAIRFTELD- — 
Wsrm. unfurnished bed-sMIlng-ronm 
and kllrhauelte II wewkli, Basmeas 
women only R 3955 


THOMAS PLIMLEY 
LIMITED 

TATES BTRVn BetaAliebed 1 88B 


$1995 

$1195 

$1095 


1 JXAUTTFUl. WATERFRONT APART- 
* * m*M onslc.r.g of keilrnWL klt.-hen- 
#m«. dinette, lovely llvina-fceiai Pembroke 
bathroom fully furnished, eu»nm*tlc heat- 
ing Cl#4» to shenplng area and transpuria* 
nor. Will rent far 1 roar In reliable party 
fog Bilk per m« Kindle caU Mua Bunn 
at Pegs'* Ptiiarlai fUaliy, B 910*. tar 
ecpnlniinenl 


, V08U30VA BAT — HOLIDAY COTTAGE. 
* with .oveljr viva 9 roams, b-pee. belli, 
tleauic tisii ot B «5M B 4154 


JAREF. SMALL STUCCO COTTAOE 
» wllh plumblni. we'er, light eegv- 
lahlee and egg* to roupl* to wgchanga 
fnr same help dally, l-mllw curl# Album 
liT 

I /URNIBHED I ROOMS AND BATH- 
roam. Oarage Light and esur 115 

Laneford Plvone Seimnut $3 T 

( tOROE~BUNOALOW. mat iT - two 


39 HOUSEKEEPING ROOMS 
WANTED. FURNISHED 


43a HOUSES WANTED TO 
RENT. UNFURNISHED 


ROOMR UNFURNISHED RHARE BATE. 
8)9 Apply 383 Langford 8t 

7 ROOM RE1F ^CONTAfNED - RUJTE 


ROOM AND BOARD 
WANTED 


K ROOM FOR 1 ADU IB 

melt preferred O 447* 


pndTIbr SEDAN m 

Just 118* b pew («f . d 

DODGE » DOOR Re. 

heater TN# aaa#v really 


PLYMOUTH BED*" »('#'••(.• 
family (ar 


1942 

Only 


f yENMANENT CITIZEN DEBIRBi FAM- 
I ii) h • ■ e to nine gurroundinw* 
within five - mil* e I r • 1 8. preferably 
iwp at three bedroom* p!t»i den Will vig» 
long term team May I or June L Phone 


$1095 


M iddle -aoeo gentleman, boom 
with bath at wltbaul «wu meal* 
•lose le but ■»» 8 1 04 .^Colonial. 

f) EFINEu'w o rk 1 no mother AND II- 

J\ year-old schoolboy, teqoiro aroomm*’ 
de'lon to rropertablo bom* 9si 7887. 


44 FI. ATS AND APARTMENTS 
to RFNf . Unfurnished 


VWlKta Mk2 walking dUianrw to lawn. 
Level? view. large U**ng-r8nm. open fl'#- 
p’-ocs den. vlae-'rte ft'eplaee two lerg* 
bedroom* wuh fuil-Rngth mirrorw AH 
with Inlaid hardened flnwrlpg dlnett#, 
kitchen with refrige-ainc and eietirle 
swrv* Oil H W h'e'.r.g. abundeoea at 
ha* were* r -»*ros*on May l 8118 pot 
month Pro mm s** InVENTMBNT TO. 


.lot nr phone B 488* evenings 


Fronk Ivings' Goroge 

BLAN8NARD AT J0KN80R BT. E El 


MMHort APART 4CBNT. 1838 BAY 
8’ reet, nice living- roem Murphy b-d. 
lichen, electric naro, frldf* bathroom. 


ROOMS TO RENT 

furnished 


Hagar & Swayne, Ltd 






fldllu Colonist V*fr». *C.. Sub- April 29, 1951 


CARS FOR SALE 


DODGE 4- DOOR 5IU*N _ NEW 


«?d Al’TO FINANCING AND 
INSURANCE 


a beaut. IU Cjrxl.jvc, 
IMi4 O*'*. 6 a. »r.d 


1744 Min: 
red; a »’ d 
Kll G4 j?U 


47* TRICKS AND TRAILERS 
FUR SALL 


E a*n »* 

K-M AUTO SALES 

MDI YATU AT COCK 

r-j n Tim cleamint and nicest 
PARS IN TH* CITY DON'T MtBS 
LOOKING AT TIIESI ALL Rt A»ON- 
ABLY PRICED 


HE WHO GOES UP 

TO IMA YATBN ST 

WILL COME DOWN WITH 
A BARGAIN 


WILSON MOTORS LTD 

YATES AT QUADllA 


, 0 .« PACK ARC CLIPPER I RADIO. 
I y 4 Z » • »..on e*. b»»i#r, defr&ei#.-. 
Il )» E a::« 


INSURANCE C06l> ONLY *14 TO 


INTERNATIONAL t*M 1VTO* TRUCK 

1 il- T 'Uj B-.»c'.,4P,'i •' rend or O '* 1 J 

ar#»r« ana Urn. Csup lor OHM •»'* 


AAH SMMIER 

cevwi in S C u- • «“«» «*'•> 

IT BUCKLER INBIKAN' l AGENCY 
124 Prin.'emm Buildl'g rnuM C JI44 


MOAN. PLYMOUTH. HOC 4*1 

OrtlMii lirnl 


AUTOMOBtH PINANCiNO 


HOCK. KITH A PilAMl MOT 
wllwh B 4114. 


iriAi Chevrolet 1 “sedan im 
I 7*4 I D'lghtua b'MUe S'alion. pp- 
pet. I# Arwre 

in 4 i Chevrolet nr lux« coach - 

It 4I Ri«ia and heater 1 ! 1 J lM»f 

UUl R na 

] Q . i HOICK BSD AN HEATER AND 

I V4 I drfroatet new um mult Mcrl* 
II.# tin > m Sunt Avenue. tiler (pm. 


*ai,.n ,<*■ » RikSiim Mumi #a 

14 . uh.y PejiueM Pad 
Cnuflitl3f » Pal- A|'#WT»Iil* DkteeV*ll#l 
Hai.air.tE.* H»m i’tompi Service 

UJLANOV FINANCES LIMIT*!) 

1113 Bio AC 6 At# l Kiau* 0 * 1-11 


IRAILER FORD WHEELS AXLI C 
1411 P#ll 8 ir##i 


PLYMOU 111 HAD AS 

It U • liabl *'•* Willi tujlopl -*>.A 

• r.ij 1 »• t*' YOU n»l or* iU*» cf 

44* blit Mat OtlC 111* tf I 7QC 

inn tor Jl/YJ 


1 OC 1 MERCURY '. TON TRUCK D1 
I V J I luu cab radio end heeler »‘U 
trad* ter let# m»i«l etc Pc XL euuighi 
1444 Marti* Siren 

1 OCA CHEVROLET PICKUP. UKP NEW 
I YOU <'U>>ocn bulil back tn .1 arcee- 
lorlll, lew mileage Brenleood Aulv Court. 
Vt«n fiaaiu h Reed K rating 4>M — 

into MERC CRY - TOR PICK CP A l 


1»4I OLDS SEDAN k»itll 
1141 OLDS. COACH Rocket 
KM CHEV COACH 
ini buick sBDANBTTE 

Ittl RUICK SEDAN 
1141 CHEV. SEDAN 


CMRY6LXR ROYAL H.lrtD- 
DHIVB ft-FAM COLTS »ttLT 


HERE IS PROOF THAT 
OUR PRICES ARE 
lfrTO 20% LOWER 


GOOD laCD l*. TON PICKUP CAAU 

ti «n 

LA 1 L MODEL CAR WANTED. MUST 


r O R D BUSINESS COUPE. 
Maroon Heater Or a owner 

$1295 


PLYMOUTH DE LUX* 4-DOOR 
4 »d*t»— Heeler del r«*iert gued 
fi-.ali »• (BOO B »» I 1 W Colonial 


rabl.tr 


1141 CHEV REDAN. ltd I* hea'er 1160 
U4I C1IBV SEDAN 11 M>* 


Dr. net )u*> loot at i».i 

Ihe road » iC dn»» Yo 
kttp right on going fir 


tnuil ba iminarulaj* 11 till 

vstvT A4li~()R RIMIl AR car w vsi 

k» teaaonable. lar Dalit H M4I 


(Ml. 11 1U1 

, CHEV t PABSCXoEn COUPE 
1 I 471 Potter kft*r * pm. 

| OLOSMOBSLE MTDRAMATtO 4- 
I doer aedeti. KM I 77*1 

, CHEVROIET SEDAN. J»i3 QUA- 
I era B M7« 


I *4/ i -jitoin rtdln and e i CCA 
btaiir Vary slat 5 I jj\J 

I Q a Q MERCURY * TON PUKUP mi 
I yaO mi, o«nar drt»*r. r.rrtr 

nST'MK si 250 


LOOK! 8TJLX. 1-1 DOWN AND UP TO 
34 MONTHS TO PAY ON THESE 
TRUCKS. PICKUPS AND PAXIL* 
lna-y DODOI K - TOR PANEL 
I y4 ' II IK i»«7 EiH'i l4WDi lor.* 
body Jr»D KM; 1*4* Mireury S- 
liiti fiat d«l MS randttlati 11 KA| 
1(27 ford 2-tun atari bud» 4-ml hull* 1 M«: 
1(1 Cnttrolii 1-tor flat drc*. • •> A 
aood motor IU). 1(13 I'a-’.en tat e #. k 
oitb bi(h iidri. 1137: 1»» Cbryj ir «“ 
pickup l(" «ba«U. K» r OaUmb hmat, 
flit d*<». body; lord 3-ion true! pir'i 
Tniri Tumi Royal Asia BtiK. 2J43 
Doufla* Surat. OUIl 


11t( PONTIAC COACH 


PLYMOUTH COACH 
Tlira U an<.«b*r ul tftoa* buyt U.at 
only OlMtr a can uff«r Haw paint, 
and •« mum murt for ko tfTQC 
lime tnunry at }/ 7 J 


| AOHVIHT1BL* CAR L.41S MODEL', 

' bap tad Mart be ifl leu Tbndltlvu. 

O 7*U 

t 'ASH^OR OLl'tl. MODta CAJL B l««t. 


1(11 OLOH Aino BED AN II T*» 

1141 CHEV. AERO SEDAN »1 K» 

1(4( METEClfl COA'.H II »M 

K4E DO DOE REDAN radio II 4*1 

1(47 CHEV SEDAN ' ... (142* 

1(47 ClIEKL-COACH .. ») 4b0 

ms PONTIAC SEDAN radio, brat i r 11 «U 

l»(( MORitlS OX/OUD |I )M 


i q PORD DE LUXE COUP* A 

iy**U really lifM llUl* C7QQ 
car. aiOOO in ii#4- At only 5/7J 


| n i/l ENiiUSH RTANDARP. HIATTR. 
iy*4U bradllabii Idval far 

small lamily, (J7S. E 33(0 13(1 Oadnount 
it usd 


HUDSON REDAN- 
TMa ill i |or-d yaar A» umay i 
itrm-away ipertal a« tiia’l not 
rhar»* you ft»r the radio and heater 
but (rue U $645 


i g ./t DODGE DE LUXE SEDAN 

1 y4U jwid merbanual * 

tandiuori Sixnal at _. 4> 


O MALI PMtLIflM CAR tlOOD CONDI- 
4^ lion M lo 41 U MU #-» ‘ft t> m 

U ’ANTED - »J4<X>0 WORTH OP rSEU 
cora 1*41 W 1VM I4» Cbe« Ply- 
mouth#, "r P'lntlara. 

Pit I VCRS* AUTO RALES I TO 
III Yale, »t 0 7421 Da. Rlcbt (114K 

Inin OH LATEK HUDSON IN tsiR'D 
lyjy dean lanifltli'O lor carli I *A 

ffT nc *OH YOUH OLD CAR BATTIKV, 
5/ ZD F'RAKt IB BATTERY * rifUJt 
Pbaoe I 7«U3 


ig.ft PONTIAC b-PASSENOER CLUB 
I rH\J coup* (7r*i-cla»» condition. 
Radio heater, good rubber. Ttile car haa 
aood motor, la eaei on |»» Nea «tt ofler. 
iaaa Aidrtih, 

i o Ar \ DCiDOE REDAN. OWNED BY ONE 

I 7 / *\J tisUf! () |>N) ra,'. 8m 

ri.-t o:hm ara adtrrtlaad. Uir.i write 
D » (141. t.uoituat 

l Qjft IKJD'IM BCDAN^HECoSU - MO^ 
• y^U tor. It 4'id H . ttr-llent condi- 
tion K37 or b*4i caeii oiler fojnoEt 
144U 


PORD COACH, to.r 
condr-ion. ae ta 

PLYMOUTH COUPE, 
ri-od trar-aportountt 

PACKARD -I* SEDAN 
('tod tuai. fair 


PLYMOUTH SEDAN 
Trm U the R*d as d Ulark numb*’, 
and it « til put tour motoring mn»# 
»»l in the black The price u aeil 
«UI nf the red unheard or eftgc 
todar. He *E7J 


If../ ' . TON liMC PANEL -EXCEL- 
I y40 lent abasa. MM Pitw A N«* 
Hillman Bale,. 3# 14 Dou| laa St 

DOtXi* »4-TON PANEl DE- 

iy4^ Inert (<ind inridllltin I7K aim 
1*41 Will v, Jaep oyerhauled. ASM. Trade, 
term* flUIl. 


l(t( HILLMAN CUSTOM, beater _ 11 141 

1(47 PORD TUOOR . . . It 1M 

1(47 PORD SEDAN «1 1M 

1(41 SUtCE SEDAN j— SI IK 

1(41 BUICK SEDAN, radls heater. II 344 
1*41 PACKARD with overdrive 11 141 

ISM PREPECT SEDAN U «t 

1*43 CHEV. AERO RKDAN . *1 040 


THRIFTY TRUCKING 

C, M c PAVEL 

Cot-alt tun av new rldea like a ir«an 
or <1 after the day a work you can 
uie II aa vurh Thla U today • 
MUST II ou need an < i iQC 
all p'i'pove vehicle 


mol J'd-TCiN MODEL A A I SHAPE. 
IYJ I hi* bout and fratel bot *37S 
or ojfer R 4343 • 


1412 Quadra 


SEE OLR VERY CLEAN XIOLian 
6E1EC1TON OP SMALL CARS 

950 $135' 


49 BOATS AND MARINK FOR 
SAI.R AND * ANTED 


1 0"50 PLYMOUTH 5 PASS COt’PP - 
lyjy New paint and uf-holelary Ei - 
repllt.nal eondlttvn Estraa. 3433 Rock 
Bat Awaobr Phuna G «#04 


DODGE PAK*D-<»OOD CONDI- 
tii>n il v> au Collinaoft st 


1*41 PLYMOUTH SEDAN 
Mil PLYMOUTH COACH 


Before thr monthly hills arrhr IttmorrmV. I want fo loll you 
Miiiirtbint; while you're still xpeskinR to ms!" 


K rand new iiuia RBAurrm. la-rr. 

V-btiUBD dvihtt votupit fur. about, 
tulUt'v loi InlriUlIl tnittnat/l motor*. 
Nvlhlng Itkt H t« VHtoMA. Or e third trp- 
tilar price Pti<N r E (IK 

iittAi iMAiriK. IP W-iEEL*. » ■. 
I * Ptiorr il tr t yt- E »7l't 

a AHftTRl.FR 1 134 VkRlVf MAMPUID, 
* eniargrit ba** itit.vcrtro trav’ti" • - •>, 
power laky-off and mCtinien* |t» > e . ail 
nea S 4 M, aiv- 8 lRi(Bt lUaimf clui b amt 
refluctlor (ear 2 l (Hat nt Wtmld 'tana 
fnr (rod maMM euglhC u I 3> l< f l'h> • 


1950 FORD ’ 7 TON PICKUP 


10*50 C,UrV S-TON PANEL CASH 
I yjy lur liui-.i tale |:M Car. be »**n 
any r ight after 3 o clock M3 fteien Oakv. 
O MM 

IC50 KOI,D RADIO HEATER. BE77 
I ' J r hunt, OUat ethauat iBar.devi '. 
(4*0 ru neareat offer 4Au Superior 

vq-jq PLYMOUTH SEDAN CLEAN 

I yjy end reror.dtt 'otied, (*»'• Ptuer 
A Set II him art 6a.ra. 3434 Doug ai 


PAflOO PAN fig 

Thlv vehicle her beer *e.-m Steve 
pnit hae a ni-w n»w p-'M lob 
fair in yanrvelf and COM- e 7 

PAP* flats taiua 


V/ILSON‘5 
RED SPOT SPECIAL 


CARS FOR SALE 


Lew pi lie age and ha, healer and aeftMiet 
Ouaranleea la be In etcellent e t r r/l 
cecditlnn LJ-*rmd 5 ' JOtj 


GOLD SEAL USED CARS 

UCONDI TIONCD AND OL'ARANTEEO 

wrril A WRITTEN WARRANTY 


A beautiful biua l»ee Che?. 4-D««r l>* t.«W 
hodan Lew mileage one preyiuua owner 

Waal big car yaiua lor $ I 795 


' FIAT DECK Tl eve are un- 

4U told vjv»v tor o true of tbU type 
In th» garden, w'.fdtard moving or 
for a hay ride If you have a ttng'-e 
uve for a truck you U 
remember thta buy 

It may njl Jb* rnnAenie-t for you to rah 
during nut regular hoorr It not plea** 
rail our eal-vme., who *111 give ye( full 
p-^r.v.al atlr (Iftf, The aj» 

Aran Turvae . S MM 


GOOD 

LOW PRICED 
TRANSPORTATION 


MORRIS •( BXDAN 
one owner, tm-aarulel 


MOD 018 MINOR Ptve 
OP ner. 4 t*W4 relic* 

AVQ1I4 COACH on« 
owner. »ery clean 


10*30 FOKD COACH PXCELLXNT' 
I 7 0 7 ladoSitipn Ykil accept ^ter 
mniel in trace 414 Ntegara 

IOGO CHRYSLER. HEATER AND 
lyjy radio, (TOO Apply *13 Pempruke 


GOOD VALUE USED CARS 
ON OUR 

YATES ST. BARGAIN LOT 


$2795 

$1995 


M iebpi motor cituunm 4*»n *i e i 
4 b-rtii* nn-S ge» l 42#e afvei i> 

| ■ 

■ aDeak rewb ,t l.arutlea eagftv. (•>-'• 
K® »!••> J-h p lie* ell-a ou’b-'a'U tw.lM, 
(74 Will >rU logflher "l -epeie'r! t, 
174* Cedar 4>r Wynne f »41i* 


47b TARTS. TIKIS AND 

ACCESSORIES 


WE HAVE THE CARS TO 
SUIT AND THE PA> MENTS 
TO FIT EVERYONE 


I947 8SKw«*i 

AND MANY MORE 

J. M. WOOD MOTORS 

1M1 YATBE Cl 7IK or O 71*4 
LOT. *77 YATBK 
D-dge Dw SdlO. Dndga Trurte 


AUSTIN • *' SEDAN, 
very ipenal (l 


BUICK CONVERTIBLE COCPI 
motor overnwuled, (I7.v Apply' 


(1M-IH3 CHPVKOI *.T 3 DOOR 
(Kb — 1 (40 CHEVROLET 3-DOOR. 

•m— km cHEVHOt.rr i door 

•Ub-I»40 PLYMOUTH MOAN 
(441 ]*]( PORD CONVERTIBLE 
(»V4— 10.i» DODGE SEDAN 


A cme piblrolas batteries manu- 

tar lured III Vlctorls Save l/J- have 
four batttry replaced. 1 ( moptht' guaran- 
tee Sew. rrcr.ndltlatttd and rvp.ated bat- 
te.'iea 

pr an cis b* rrmixa * nnts ltd 
1413 Quadra 6' reel Phone 17*33 


CTvarit* Tobio 
PrH* Homan 


B UIC K ROADMAMTDI SEDAN 
(544 7(3 Caledonia 


uuin WCIOHT I A IK 

v vlli.der engtrv* <n 

' - pit • • 

>'# Offer Appif 
4.9 Johi-itnu it. 


DROP IN AND SEE 


POR THE IttT DP At. IN TOWN 
rr 8 ALWAYS 


WILLIS COUPE -eiOOD CONDI 
tiOn. 1440. 3440 Hrlhune 


laur-rt. (JIW nv few, 
Louie Ne'jvm Lid E (I 


K-M AUTO SALES 


M'(—l*40 ClfPV ROLE I 3-DOO* 
•7*4-1(44 PLYMOUTH COUPK 
•«0»-l(3« CHPVROLtT 3 DOOR. 
ItH-lill mtlStiN 1-DOOR 
•494-1*17 CHEVROLET 3 IXX/R 
*1M— IKH CIIEVROL8T SEDAN 
•10—1(37 PORD SEDAN. 

•?•( — 1(14 PORD cotiri 
• IK- 19.14 PLYMOUTH COAr H 
•94-1(3* PLYMOUTH SEDAN 


PORD HE LUX* BEDAV ONE 


• neareet tiffpl Ai’plj 73( Caiednitl* 

Avenue 

I ,*A6T (MPI "PIRm V I WO PUITK 

vail- hull i h>( t’*rfe> I, a p 4- 
»» dingt'v 2733 Reatraven Dr BMi.ee, 

lOHNhoN OLTBuAltD4>. Alii COOLED 
el muter a 

ANGUS MARINE 

M« Yalta 6l reel Phrrve Ci 7411 


*V Parkard 
nverdrlve In 
trade 0 704 
81 ten 

d *AR RADIOS BOUGHT SOLD. 8XRV- 
’ IMS Jark * Auto lUtlia. 173 rando.'a 

1 ,'RONT AND RC Alt END ARBkM BLIPS 
for rkr trailara, t(" whefi* and Oraa 
4073 Zinnia Road 

J ,M>n BALE 3 TIRES (3(»l( COMPI rTC 
with tub#* area rlnva. II" (0 U 3Kt 


Mr ladm. heetrr 
rood tna.e (1 T28 «r 
Dwvlt, 1331 Juluitoii 


AT 800 PANDORA AVE 


JAMESON'S SPECIALS 


I 7^0 owner. 1(49 motor, radio and 
heater. Original paint In ahawroom 
rundition tout lake coupe in trade, or 

f 07*7 — 

1 050 8 TV DEBAKER COMMANDER BE- 
I yjo dan. rvrnlrnl comtitlnfl. Hit 
Between 9am and (pm 1.M9 Eeviulmall 
Ruwd or blgh't, 1241 Rockiai.d Avenue. 
1 rear rikven Apt. • 

10*5(5 STD DEB AKER COMMANDER 
I / JO aaaan, radio, beater, overhauled 


OLSON'S - 

BARGAIN LOT 


110) YATES AT COOK 


iiimtr 

SEDAN 


$1895 

$1195 

$695 


Open Till » P m 


PRINCESS AUTO SALES 
LTD. 

Ill YATU •UO JOHNSON 


MAT 

CONVERTIBLE 


HI LIMAN D» Luaa 
Sedan, heafer 


DEALERS (OR 

f HRYS 1 .ER PLYMOUTH and 

PARDO TRUCK* 


MORRIS 

COACH 


lOUTTRAPT DINGHY. NEW. IK. 

* ti 23(3-0 m\ 

|AtT#l' 1 SPKXDBOar Itvu. IN GOktD 

rnr.di'ior (>«•' OIKI 


COMMEH 1 i-TOK 

Panel, a real buy 


I (ECoNDITlONED 1(31 AUSTIN MOTOR. 
Ik earellenl far boat AImi A<<<flP epare 
pane 4f7 (otter Street, SequlmaK. befnra 
• **" 


PORD COUPS HEATER, SEALED 
beam htadllghti Keating IMM 


JAMESON MOTORS LTD 

141 BROUOHTON STREET O *3(3 


■ (EDUCED POR QUICK BMJI -OPfN 
Ik l an nr r. very goovi rendlli'-n apply 

4K Baj » 04 bt 

t*IXT»».N r*OOT CARVH ltL'KT HALP* 

... 

fitted will fiord with Inline fit air . ...t 
eiig’ne Ail In icnd'llirr. I .Hi. 

Phone O 44(9 

OTUONfilY Bt'ILT f tJKKEn BOAT m’, 
capper fat'enrd. ' t.p J..hi>*nu nui- 
bdwrd engine t'v»d tr.T mile Will a* tl 
xpwrait *4. Tranetl llnad 

VJCRAM-TTP* V n-mOM PLYWOOD 
bull i» • ( ( a . 94 nn *4M- E A. 
Orure B'-.» 313 Ridrey 


PORD 

ETUAN 


TRUCKS 

COM3 AND BEK TIICRP t.DW PRH ED 
QUALITY TRUCKS 


' WRECK I NO 

ftUC TRUCK. 3 TON. '47 MCTIOR 

'24 WTUva Sedar- 

•it Ford Sedan good mmsr. 

•J( P'v riiftuih Sedan 

CflABB 6 AUTO BALES 

G Kll 


NATIONAL MOTORS 
LIMITED 

TOUR (ORD AND MONARCH DEALER | 
VICTORIA B lltOflEST TRADER 
AI USED CARS AND TRUCKS 


CORD COUPE VERY NICE. 4433. 
113] Chapman Street. 

PI.YMOITH SEDAN TRADE 
(nr E g'.lkh car E 1344 


$2600 
$1050 
$1795 
$1595 
$995 
__ $795 


3111 L'HPV SELiAN DELIVERY (1 Oi 

1»4| ClfEV. | -TON (1 3M 

Kll WILLYS Vt TON PICKUP (1391 
1(47 POHO 'i-TON PANEL .. .. (1.04* 

1941 CHEV. W TON PANEL (99i 

1141 CHEV. SEDAN DELIVERY, at la IM3 
1(47 PORD PANEL, aa D . KX) 

Kll THAMES VAN aa la (M3 

KIT CHEV. '.-TON PANEL, at te K3» 
K3« STUDEBAKI R PICKUP aa la Kl 
1940 O M C. I-TON aa la (419 

1(40 CHEV. *4 -TON PANEL, u li .. (4(0 


DODGE SEDAN AND TRAILER 

11*7 Cvileille R 'wd 


CHRYSLER 

» PASSENGER 


CHEVROLET COACH, (m OR 
beat after. Nerda aviaa re pairi 


CIIEV PARTIAL ENGINE AN 
Mmbly Cheap Needa ring. 


(ORD 

GEDAN 


PLYMOUTH 

SEDAN 


DUTCH AUCTION 


THE PLACE 


Theae two ran are gnlng tn be anld 
T7ie? will drop (31 every day until »o-d 
Don l wart jou may be loo lal»l 

in AT CHRY81 JR ROYAL SEDAN 
1*4/ Ha. >."> g ra ' t 

rlean Ip and out AI condlltou j j 6 Q^ 


MODE!., M'lTOR OVERHAULED 
in giwd rondldon win trada (or 
and < a ah 4ia John Street. 


pryNTIAC 

SEDAN . 


HAWKES BROS. GARAGE 

MOSfl AND » 4IPHJLD — E 0441 
''SELECTED UBtD CARS' 

10/0 PONTIAC SEDAN -COUPE Low 
I Y4V mileage ^ 1 QQC 

Under -teat heater 5 I 0' J 

in .n CHEV 3-DOOR SEDAN 
I V40 lleoter, new battery - i / r« 
and Urea -0 I OD\J 


CHEVROIXT 


POHD MUST BE SOLD IM 
mediately, I27(. 17 San Jo4* 


CABIN CRCIBER 

1 MIE WILMA If irtirr 1 POWERED BY 
iTtryale* I iswn n-artne engine 
ttraight drive, h>draulir ataulv, ii.uivi. u-l 
Irgh’lng flieepa 8 rwarbve to'lr- ar 4 wa.i, 
bath. »».,-! #*<•<; n vtiogany tuper. 
e.rurwire li.rlwding ber'lit drawer, r e, 
Chrnme and lr>a« rub her d'nerta ramf - • 
wiilt aihntlr* table, n.iaid I'tin r-Mn and 
rorknft Blud> > hrur.fe rhron.e e d 
leatherette rhaira Pre--M owner paid 
III. MM) 2 year, agn and baa had the heat 
.fear. Aillpurrhaa. 

During Buelneia Km B3KI. Evtt O 4»4 


DICKINSON & DUNN 


1 0*5 A Douot CUSTOM HKD AN. BTEEL 
I / JO top Thla car l« In prrfart rnn* 
dlllon 'upholalery and mechanical > alwaya 
had tlx Rnref ol tore Termw at (4(0 
Day. B lilt night O 1(34 


NASH SEDAN - Air-conditioning, 
unit lire# and m-.tire food, green 
A gond buy at (4»». tf zrtc 


REMEMBER A OOOD DEAL 
DEPtNDS ON A OOOD DEALEn 


AMBASSADOR 


47c ALTO RFPAIRS AND 
SERVICE 


STNORK 
CO AC H 


10*3 A INTERNATIONAL II ALP -TON 
I 7 0 O panel Good aondltltrn. heater 
■ Ida window, E0414 daj*. Bun. and evev 

o uoa 


otEVROLrr 
TUDOR _ 


PORJ3 CUSTOM SEDAN Hester, 
Ips mileage, <.0^0^ 


PORD COACH, reronrtll In vied 
thr«ughout, 1*47 motor ff 70 c 
A beau' 1 9 / 7 D 


PttOINI RECONDmONINO BPEC1AL- 
I * ul*— Oat pur ante* Compieta lob. 
rebars latlali plitobi, ptaa. ring. New 
enalnw aerformanr* laay an gar and eU 
CJCTT DOWMAN OARAGE 7*4 JOHNSON 


CAPITAL AUTO SALES 

3411 DOUGLAS O I 


PORD 

SEDAN 


STL'DCBARER SEDAN RADIO 
and heater. What plfrre’ 


. Q pft PORD SEDAN — Radio, healtr, 
I 7 DU low mileage. 

AI condlvios. 94.1 7 J 

, 0 rft I'HEVROl ET SEDAN Healer 
I y DU K>» mileage tDfiQS 

A-l eoeifiiuon 94\J70 

man CHEVROLET began * I /QC 

I 949 Al condition. ^ I OVD 

I a ,Q FORD SEDAN Heater, 6170 c 
|y4y radio, A I condition il/7J 

1948 SI 195 

,ft . 7 CHEVROIET TUDOR Heater 
I y4/ AI condition # 1 TOC 


BUICK 

SEDAN 


SHIRE A LITTLE CAPITAL 
BUYS A LOT OP CAR 

WE BUY - WE SELL 


10*5 A PORD PANEL DELIVERY IN 
I yDO good running order Phone 
E 4101. everuegt, E (IK 

1 07 L CHR YBLER ( CYLINDER SEDaIi 
lyjo (too or after. E 7030. after !• 


DAVIS MOTORS LTD 


PLYMOUTH 
BEVAN 

STANDARD COSY- 

Specially buIR 

MODEL "A * 

Nlceat la town 


AUSTIN OWNERS 

SPECIAL ON 
WHEEL BALANCING 


ciirvnoLET 
1 L'DOR 


Four New Tires and New 
Bottery With Eoch 
Passenger Car 


DODGE rill -INCH W B . COACH, 
Air conditioner. healer. and 
Only o.oo'i JBiiea. HIM Phone 


rilWO CABIN BOATS ONE 30 PI AND 
1 ana 24 ft fv» r*a*-m#Ue olfer re- 
futed U (281 ur fct.'v 


DODGE 
PAN CL 


W* reernmarid a chwrk an wheel ai.gn- 
• and lire baiai.'v aeety » Cn*i mnew 
and wa have the preelaian aquipmet 1 in 
do it right 


CLOVELLY SERVICE STATION 
1471 Quadra at Cook B- Phone S JJ13 

Your* Faithfully 

1 «rft IHANIA W -TON PANEl., LOW 
I yDU Oiliekg', *Df.|l»-4 coudl'ion tl.'d 
1941 fold rpaefi. veil good meehann abr 
p»li»i l lee new 9K8 

lt)j Merrary hwdan. on# awner. be" nf 
■ iMidlliuQ throughout IBI 

TRADE OR TPRMB 


MODEL -A 
COACH 


V-t tOUI*E -GOOD SHAPE. (27( 


STl'DEBAKER S-TON 
PICKUP 


MODEL A 

COACH 


$1475 

$1895 

$1695 

$1595 

$1250 

$675 

$895 

$495 


SPECIAL FOR AUSTINS 

SI 50 PER WHEEL 
PLUS WEIGHTS 


PORD. IN GOOD CONDITION 
gaod dm and heater (#04 B (dkl 

DOPOl. *(l U' CN'CE. M~i 
OC ie 


At’NTIN STATION 

WAGON 


PONTIAC BEGAN 
COUPE 


RPPCIAIS 

CIIEV RPTIAN very g"’ 
and runner, Bedy nerda 

aura . 


CHEVHOLE1 SEDAN M-ate' 
radio Al rondltlwn e t TO I 


PONTIAC SEDAN, and 
nirsa 


AUSTIN • If SEDAN - OoOD 
running aider. (3’>l B 4129 


GLADWELL MOTORS 
LTD 

Victoria's Volume Dealer 

B 2111 


TAKI A IrOOK AT YOUR HR!*! 

ARE THEY BrAO/uPED AND SHOWINO 
UN 17 EN WEAR 

If to tula iv eauted by the Urea being 
out nf batanre ai d vhai la what •• hav* 
a balanr.ag marhtnw tar 

With E jmmer driving wiming ua thla 

it tn# war t« meat (bur tirat tut a 


- p. CHEVROLET SEDAN. EQUIPPED 
jU whti rUAMirn rad.n h»aier de 
rr, vjmiie». i.ird'llon Caah or will 
trade, Prk*. ( 2 .IM April I40« lliu- 


PORD COUP*, 
ntra biutr 


r iirvRotrr sedan 
coupe 

POVT7AC SEDAN 
Healer 


DODGE SEDAN 
Healer, A-t rendition 


rrjRD coupe a noun ran 
with heaver flat bwd bnly 3 
en B 2003. 


PONTIAC, nine 
trenvpnrtaiina 


TERRAP1.ASB 

CONVERTIBLE 


IQ., FORD COOPS H-a'ar . enne 
iy *4 I vtiet light nea paint 97 4.0 

1938 rssr- S695 

1939 EK.'ZSr ^ S695 

1 07 0 ,r L" w * TUDOR -Motor Al eondl- 
I TOO (Inn. new tlrea. good ^795 

MORE TO CHOOSE ROM -TERMS AND 


v y-rr V-ROTTOM RUNABOUT C 
1 O Craft aivle her. i. w*i»r r 
( hp Join no'bv/a'd wilh gvlri 

ahaft (ill ITC4 Rut R--d Alb MR 


OPEN PROM 9 TO • 


IQCft MCTTOR C ONVERT1BLE. IX- 
I / JU celjvfll rondiltoii. ir leag* aboul 
TOnn. radio, healer <|< O 2*a3. 2*41 Sea 
Vl» a Ruad 


RUICK SPECIAL 
SPORTS SEDAN 

FORD 1 DOOR 
SEDAN 


COME IN TODAY' TARE ADVANTAGE 
OP THIS OP PER. RIGHT NOW I 


DAT PRON* O 1411 

I. BARD S (Ml. NORM 0 1413 


1 «nr CHEVRO LENTCON- 

I y J J an ion KM inu 

", Q-ft c 'PLYMOUTH IN OOOD SHAPE 
I 7oD O' >4d tire* (430 |U '.cr.t *4Q 

,07 j CHEVROLET COCHP EXCEL 
I yj4 lent tor oittni throughout, radio, 
rew upfiOlater* and paint Muir ba aeon 
and tried out to be apvrwriaied Com- 
pleva (428 lermt O MB 

I nn . CHEVROLET SEDAN OOOD 

7o4 tr 1 1 m - ir* a< .nn (3kn PHa-r At 
Ml ItUlmar Bale,. J«e4 Dougiae. 


C. C. AUTO SALES 

“YOU'VE TRIED THE REST 
NOW 

TRY THE BEST" 

.Qr/n DODGE MDAN Perfect eondl 
I yDU lion, fluid dr!?* and enggi 


V V CARVRtX- BUILT ROW ID AT »*• 
I I veplianallv »ei made favy 
handle (it or nffer G Mn* 

A POCTT DAY CRUISER WITH CfHf- 
44 verted Rv*r engine t4'a will » '• 
aider off*' Phnr.# ei M|J (venn.g M (4f l 


, gcft HILLMAN SEDAN 
ly^U with heaier, miXb 
Ca l O' 124 N Hea let t f la- r 
Sunday O.iM caali 


EQtfl PPED 


THOMAS PLIMLEY 
LIMITED 

lilt TATES STREET 

Viviarta. SC 

1*31 Phnaa O 1l«l 


M Wow Cara (e Chnoaa Ptam 

SOUR REW TIRE*. NEW BATTERY 
AND KM LICENCE WITH EACH CAR 


LOUIS NELSON LTD 


n SORTER LAL'Ki N HEW CABIN 
prne (4*i Apply Mil f vdar Hill 


igrn ANNTtN A-40 mi JOHNSON, 
I yOU an"* 1 after « 0 m 

~t q. q MI.KCI iff* CLUB ~COUPE — 
1 y«y 11 art 10 . lyea tar, air cordiilarrr. 
IIMil light fag llghlv. aide mtrrcrv. veal 
raven, n.lleag- 11 000 Spatleaa condition. 

Can b* #e*n at 417 Si Chari#* 


OPEN EVENINGS 
TILL 9 P M. 


Road 


KAISER - VANGUARD 
TRIUMPH 


POND V I POUR- DOOR SEDAN 
Bod’ and Rintnr (nod lire* fair 
>94 after ) p ’ 

IrODUE DE LUXE SEDAN OOOD 
tlrea. condition (34-1 Q (4)4 


Fronk kings' Garoge 

8LA3I8II ARD AT JOHNSON NT 


fat Afl4r Hour# Information. P-eate rhsoa 
Aby of (Be PoUowing Bateamen: 

HAROLD BRUNEI L Empire Si 28 
OLXNN O SMITH. Empire 73K 
SAM TAVLOR, Bearivn 49(10 
OUT MOBLEY. Oardeo *JI( 

JACK CMEWENTS. AlbMin KtX 
BINKIE T 1 BDALL Eaotra UK 


PVOhD hfcUAh 
levity throughout 


n clinker - flUTIT nr .AT 
'lurr.-r, k-r. p we nnaia f :s, 

be »ee| a: Audio- eg' 

rr INMOAfvO, V'igLMi brill, 

year i.lee n-f rorev hftdb - I 1 
’ a- Rev Lae A r > lift 

7C IMP P4vrr RERORED MOT»Nl 
J O e«re;:»nt auMm for Mull, (at ae 

O UM Movrtav 

rr rasvri. soai tAUBer* Minnn, 

Dalle r all r.ee (SM G Mil 


GUARANTEED VALUE 
BETTER USED CARS 


MORRIS MINOR J- 
DOOM low mileage 


ROYAL AUTO SALES 

3)4i DOUGLAS El Phana O Zi 

OrEN EVENINO0 TILL • JO 
fiiatrr CALLS, sun 


107 7 Vl ^°UPE, BODY SOUND NEW 
I y>J J paint, good engine. (33t «r offer 
B 10*4 after i pm 

1 07 7 HLTMOUTH « SEDAN. • ROUGH" 
I yj J *• u IA in wh-etv. mnlwr fair. 
(«y or offer UM1I Monday 

1 Cl 7 0 ? " r 

I yjj ( 1,000 mi.pa. ae#i beami. pew 
painc I J*( N 431) after I o m 

in ftft CHEV SEDAN. OOOD RUNNLNO 
I 704 ardor Ml «• offer, aop 1 o* 7 
Nnrtl Parc Bt rear tu.le 


SPECIAL SPRING CHECK-UP 
16 ITEMS FOR $16 


AI'NIIN COl/VTBY- 
MA.N. g rod cond.liMt 


AUSTIN Alt Pallet t 

condition 


I Complete lubnvaitoei 

3 Change on 

] Pi'teh Irantmuaior. and BHfevepual and 
refill 

4 Repar* wheel bearing* 

9 Kaamlne and adjuat brake, 

• Ptamina fleering eng adjuat wheel 
track 

T. Clean apari piuaa and Met iwWSeeaawA 

• Clean and refill air (leaner 

9 Remove diavrluuinr and oyerha-j' 

1 * Clean geaotlre tr/eene and adjuat 'ar- 

buretor. 

II. Teat eahavttt gav wim ana. year 
l> Cheek ail aie»t rtral eonnertiona 
13 Drain radialnr. eiieea flow, add ruat 

prerer -.alive 

Id Cheek «*vi» wserbUeei aivd adjuat. 
tl Cheea windelileid eleanet and Ugh'v 
la Road taat and adNtt Umtng 
prtee Inrludea dll. gear ML feet Sfe- 


VANQUAND. 
• 060 m I lea 


CHEV SEDAN 
gaud enndllion 


■NT DINOMV 3(17 VANCriv.'VBR tn 


LAND ROVER OCAL PLItPOhp., 

$1150 

MORRIS MINOR CONVP.RTIBI E 
Radi* and heaver ^ v ftnc 
1 Only * 000 mnee 1 9 1470 

VANOCARD SIDAH. #1 aQC 
I mentht' guarantee J I *♦ 7 O 


DAVIS MOTORS LTD. 

incl - PONTIAC - VAC XB ALL 

BMC TRUCKS 

OCADRA STREET belweea Pari and View 
— . O ARDEN 11(4 


PONTIAC ntlBINEBC COUPE 

nad 10 and n#a>e» e 1 c ac 

Me- ewndlllrut J I 04 O 

(ORD BFDAN Radio anTYeo'er 
Recondltlaned ' (Q iC 


mobhis oxponn r»jcR-DOon, 
It 044 mile*, heater, 3 apare Uraa. 


LUXURY CRUlhlNrj 

58-FOOT MODERN YACHT 
Full Diesel Brndix Controls 

Perfect Family B-,' or Smar r'nmpa 1 


$1950 


PACKARD SEDAN OOOD HEAVY 
tlrea, 1173 BT nffe • Calgulia l*W. 

Moert~A “panel for mul 

New iranamiaalan. r*ar • end. 
|M S lOM 13 Wkery B»ad 


lOdO (X'f-LLENT SHAPE. 

I y»iy Ivrw rr eaf* radio and heaver. 
Be moot IMO before i p na 


ift.n AirSTIN SEDAN, Sea (rey with 
I y4y huie uphnaiary and in Immaeu- 
la>e roudiilen II a ilia neat bevt ear M> 

a new nne, and C 1 07*\ 

It# only 9 14/0 


prinn SEDAN Heaver. 

Mechanically perfect 


]0 ,ft ROCKET OLDflMOBtl-S TUDOR. 
iy4y Mourn mile*. Will aceapt trade 
an-i finance balance. Ml Tulip Ave. 


JEEP STATION WAOPN. radio 
and heaier, Aral- * t nnc 
elwaa eundition — J I 470 


ORAHAM-PAIOE RGDY AND 
IU mnlnr I* *kr*n#n! eandiuna. # 1 # 
Apbly 1111 Prtnreaa Avenue or phone 


PLYMOUTH COUPE Radio ond 
heater * good 


inaO MERCURY “111' SEDAN Jet- 
I y4<5 b'ark ftnuh. 19' wheela It look* 
and rur.a Ilka new and a real j| 

lfl .y AUSTIN r* SEDAN A real me# 
|y<*/ clean tlttla tor with low mlleagw 
ami tn etreilwM coodition $795 


* rutair t yacht#, eeivemeiy we Null' ei.d 
fw'V'tvhefl She It kn»,wr. not Mil/ for her 
beautiful line* but t in at an efrellert 
••a boat and n* * tht- hat rrutae it 
Alatkt worked off the Q^een r-n a riov>v, 
ai- Power •• from r»a»mt Di»*»i ijutt 
broeev if ', air-rooted ligMir.# p'ant p .v 
eiortrtr rharaef f*r tw-e '"Wlfrtfl II V 
wavar Realto* amf hot at « raid rubnn p 
water u> der prweavir* let bathroftint • 
• Ha be'b iwb meetvirg a- ■ nmm w daunna 
fw* wlahi people in rnmfon nwiert via-e^ 

• 

rhina, aoMery raw alrfaam m«itre*,-«. 
Ilnent drapet lenagt furr. ,*ura etc All 
avywipanent nevevat r» for full ine-jrai a 
rove rate tft.luded OWNER MURT SELL 
nCMEMATELY PnreU ttfttyi lov'le# 


iq.q RPAirrmn. hijack » parser 
iy4o ge- Merrury Re dm heater, 
whit# wall »•#•• rhrntu* whee.e. I1.3M 
Phntie Dur.raji Tlliu 


DS BOTH STOAN GOOD RUB- 
ber, new rtrgv *a2*oa and paint; 
-ea r of fer B UM 

“MODEL REDAN NPW RINGS , 
»a)»e gnrd, gftOd *ire« reiitte; 
ler 0*|K LN2 LaKklay Ruad 

“graham OOOD TIRES AND 
hw'ieej (IK B «3M 


$1795 
$1695 
$1275 
“ $695 
$1295 
$1195 
$1675 


PLYMOUTH 
SEDAN. 


DAVIS MOTORS LTD 


AUSTIN 4 DOOR SEDAN 1* )K 
iNlioa, gwi topdiuon. S |n>4 


t CHEV Dt LUXE SEDAN. OOOO 
cordi'-uvn. he»Gr and d«frn«t*»t 
Ph«ne Sidney 1(1. 


SPECIAL 

PRICE CHALLENGERS 


CHRTBIEH CON- 
VEHT1B1X New pair.'. 


I O A /\ CHEVRnt.ET COACH Dark blue 
I y4U an.! In top condition from bumper 
to bumper Thla la (he on* you *• b— n 

, r^ u ’‘ $895 

1 non OLOSMOBrt-B COACH Original 

I yjy gr*r rinith. and to •poLtea aen- 
ditton a real family f OCA 

tor and lb# pOco onty . 900\J 

Ale* gpfWBt alder and later modal rare, 
aa bo ture and loob owar our oeloetlda 


1070 PI-YMrv ; yj . a *1 r*iR COW- 
I 7 47 dlUen. B»*t wtler tahei u away. 
KISS Botmo"t Aeenaa. 

10 70 M ' ,r,r? * Pr’RD 8 SDAH, MOTOR 
I 7 47 and body r-nd rondUIAd. m«H 


CHEV COACH, 


CHRYSLER SEDAN PLXI.T 
equipped, marj eatraa. to beau- 
luiott only ITSK am Phena 


CHEVROLET SEDAN COUPE 
Cuatnm radio and # 1 700 


MOONEY'S 

AUTO BODY SHOP 

PAXNTOO. UPHOUrTERDvO PENDSR 
REPAIR WHEEL ALJOfUdSHT 
CAS WASBINO 

938 FORT 937 VIEW 


IO A 7 MERCURY (-PASS COUPE IN 
iy4 / mar-mn. U'ft ehirt# r pp:a 
Hum, uhdwrelwng. After lya. M*4 Hen- 

derma 


PORD SEDAN An aceptlonaliy 

$1295 


PHNEX. HKaTER SEALED BEAM 

light* m good •hope (do 171# 


CORNER JOHNSON and QCADRA 

B 7515 

ERNIE CRAWFORD MARK CROPTOR 
CARS SOLD ON CONSIGNMENT 


MERCURY t»-TON 
PICKUP. 1000 niiee 


perfect running order 1 
Urwilfim On# owner ear 


BRITISH CAR 
REPAIRS AND SERVICE 

A U S TIN . HILLMAN PREFECT, MORN] 
S JOHNSON «22 DOOOLAR B (IK 


$1150 

$1350 


GOOD USED ENGINES 

Pdpd-H P Rerma’-b. *-l gear at l td r p m. 
M N P Rermetn. El gear, at )SK r p m 
Ovrytiwr Crdwn. • IT-l f»*r Chryatee 
Royal 1 111 gear 7 II. OaivaraaL 


UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT 

ONLY OOOD CLEAN CARS BOOOHT AND 
SOLD 

|T ASS. TRADE OR TERMS 


B22 B 5822 

K-M AUTO SALES 

1101 Yotea of Cook 


BRITISH ROVER '75'* 

1 n a n ROVER TV SEDAN. CONDITION 
I y4y Ilk* new Thie it roar owportEN- 
tty to gw* one nf thee* He* COOKfi 
tin at a bargain price 9440KJ 


Chrytler Marine Sate* and Serviea ® 

Off Morins Distributors Ltd. 

IM E (BOSTON WT. VICTORIA S MU 


474 AtTO riltANCING AND 
INSURANCE 


10 2 7 PITMOUTH ft - PASSENGER 
iy4/ enip* Mwvar npixUetery Urea 

A I Privmie IM) Hollywood Crnwceot 


DAVIS MOTORS LTD 

SB* resrr street phone o ft 

OPEN EVENINGS 
TILL 9 P M. 


MASTERS MOTOR CO. LTD. 

IK VIEW ST. Phene f 1(41 


1950 CARS — TRY 

SUPER SERVICE 

CORN km JOHNSON AND RIAN SHARD 


1946 CARS— TRY 

SUPER SERVICE 

CORNER JOHNSON AND BLANSSARD 


IVtN®UO€ - W>Y - GM OlfSCL 

ALL TYPES MOTOR REPAIRS 

00* A JAMES, LTD 

UM WHARF ST O Jilt 


CHEV SEDAN -OOOD RUBBER. 
6***er and Mb lad baam* Ex- 

.ape Meat m\\ Immediately |J« 
'fer. Aaety lAJft PairrwM Head 


PLYMOUTH 



32 OailH gotOUlgt »-C- April N. mi J M BMIMjSS OPPORTUNITIES I M BISI.VESS OPPORTIMTH.S ; 3, Bt'SIXKSS oppoktvmt.es , M Bl SINES* OPPORTVMTIES,,J 


it BOATS AND MARINI! FOR 
SALE AND W ANTED 


SEE THE 

COVENTRY VICTOR DIESELS 

1 7 and l bp, fully marina, from »loc 
OAB WODEXB PI BTOCK HflOHnr 

Wr h*»e aavrral boat# Pom a IB-foot 
iMKBfi io jo-fcM.t crulavr for • 

GORGE BOATHOUSE 

m OOROB ROAD w. • nil 

BOATS 

H to II ft Inboard fttir r 


o t AU 1 tom Built to or to* | 
tntitrlM Wtleomad 

(Doug) VOGLER'S SEACRAFT I 

I Ml* 3 dil DO DO LAB BT 1 

I 

WE STOCK 

CHARTS PARALLEL RULERS 
■ AROMTfl EHS. COMPAJUXB 
UfNOCL'LARH. DIRECTOR INSTRUMENTS 

EDWARD LIPSETT, LTD. 1 

»»• 1 ACTION STREET 


WANTED TO BORROW 

WELL SECURED. 
FIRST MORTGAGES 
ON PRIVATE HOMES 


It. 241, II, III s>«r 

• LAM. IH, IU pw 

irm. I., tit por 

u w, IA. »w par 


— Vllut KIM 
— taluo w .000 
— T*lw* 11,400 
— telua II. Ml 


WOOUJ YOU LI KB TO TAKK ADVANTAOI 
OP DISCOUNT MORTGAGES? 

“ J" •* •* »»»•. amount 

• ISO Va.ua of proparty |S MM. 

»V* •% at ISI. ot Mount j 
UOO Valuo or proptny *7 wo 


-v Xn/^ect Thaoa Bound tnvnimvnte 
Fh*a« O |l|| 

FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

11 M GOVERNMENT S I'KKET 


P * N I R A L rWdUILANCE AND RP»L 

bualnat* ail furnllvr* flatur**. 
•*? Imuran r« u v-ittoa dlraet. full com- 
"utitn, Ifl»*i location in henrt of ell* 
oanrr ha* «/a#r interests. A bargain ro 
an *«en'. with a Iteaaco, or oihar arrenyv- 
ment* mad* otherwise la non-agent On.y , 
q-nutn# inquiries. piraa*. But 1 *l» 

I Co/soiaC 


investment 

• 7, >00 Halt Inrum* 

IS ENJOYED BY OWNER COULD YOO 
1 ma this romlortabla ntn, wnich na 
ratal**# troiu tola cis-aaita c'.aar-ttt!# 
apartnunt? Ha will actavt a food ham* 
up ta 112 , 100 . btlanr# ar:*n|#d 0 '< J 
feature# u> tnli apai unant art; all n*» 


SELECTIONS BY ONE OF 
THE KING'S MEN 


SOUND 

INVESTMENT SPECIALS 


CITY HOTEL, 32 ROOMS, 


"tamoa la Rot Our UoMa— |rt Oar 
Butineia * 

OWNERS RETIRING! 

A long-*tteblt*b>d laundry, wall equipped 
• nh truck*, OuUdmge. propartr. maototn- 
arr. ale and shaving a vary blah art re- 
turn. Will stand atricteat lay gauge lion. 

J D. McNlo. Earnings Bill! 

WILL EXCHANGE 

Raaitaalial hot*l of 7 t room a, van fur- | 

; n*«hdd and roulppad 

J. D. SlfNia Evrnlura B (III 

BOWLING ALLEY 

Showing *ary a Ira return*. 

J D UrNia, Bvanlni* B fill 




RANDALL'S 

S7600— SERVICE STATION 

AVERAGE OALLONAOK BA ! *8 

1 J 000 MONTHLY 

■njoyiod a strategic location la a t»**ry 
iralfl* area, a full* modern and wall- 
•tuipaed a»r*ic# elation i* offered Lr 
aa'* Stock appruaimatriy 17 .SOS. sa *«- 
ia.:«ni repair and tarries dvpkrn.eni; 
larr* ir.qottolr lamvtar anl vary luhttan-' 
•.ial t>*t prifils ReeaonaW# rant !aa«* 
sod with th* recant inrreaaa In lilt »r. -«a 
of |atu.ina thi* it in opportunity that 
rarr.y prasonta Itaalf. Rnr fuli driailA 
aanract Mr riajr der», B Oil nifhi w 
day. 

AN EXCLUSIVE 


BOUSES FOR SALT. 

HICKS REALTY 
LIMITED 


I 1711 DOOOLAS BT. 
Ooa B a C. Blare. 


PBOtB » SIM 
Par(Ui| No Prat.au. 


LOOKING FOR THIS? 
REVENUE: $123 00 


Ravanuc hoot* rJnM ly Pa*:iamrnt Build* 
inia. HUBS au.wt end *ne • n* . ba i- 
r.vuna up and boon Hour., ;o. nonpr r.Jl 
I Oaaamant, atakai (uniara itro aaraaea 
I »aiC«B tpar* aarat and lomLntaMa numa 
, »atl lor at#.: |j ioo d... n b 4 j e -a C rvr» 

I aaay paratnu Pr»ra j/DUU 

Call Mr Daau B SlOa BVet <7 iai« mom 


IIOISLS FUR S.%1.8 


BOORMAN'S 

TEN MILE POINT 
THREE-ROOM COTTAGE 
MAGNIFICENT VIEWS 

Sliua'ed one! * of an a- r* of big o *mi t d 
v»ar: J u^...a 'laro Bra tut ban Juai aid 
I Dh- *«f» «• Ihtr lb: a*. room .ab. 

ci-m 1 .r-nna a. i g-iurm sli.-t-.ra anr .it. 
w®, Otter* tnar * ferriL-.., ,ra 

$4200 

A*k for Mr. W right 

SUPER VALU! 
SAANICH— SIX ROOMS 


| from Em per at] l! ,.p i.i »U ra* 1 au 
M i depend" g on ieiiiatri.rM.ui i.,< , 


H. M. HALL 
ISO PamKarion BuLdlcg 


I . wun .«u a.i.au.| Phone B 2412 i ___ . _ 

OLD ESTABLISHED GENERAL 

modes!?* and ST0RE AND ^ST OFFICE 

YlWOnu.XV 1r BUUT APAHT- 

avm 6 ior« and darimtaiy out a eon- trowing community City buainaaa donn 
variian Hat fiva tuitaa including rarw- wholaaaiara rergmaiandatlom o»n«r r»- 
ukara auKa. I^jaalr living -room aiih tiring rmanna’ iiateitianr and full par- 
atiub.a it. laid uak Jiiiura, dloitta uadruom, tlruiara aa to price and larma availan.a 
reraaa t>a:hrootii and mudlm alactrla kit- to u.'uapactive purchaaera. — ^ 

etoana with Priiidatrea Caretsaar baa ] 
ronma aitd bauuoom Ol!* 0 -Matle hot- 
aster heating plant This modern atucda 
bloca la iutt Old annual, lo bt wall built 


INTER-LUX 


WELL SECURED 
FIRST MORTGAGES 

ABE 

YOUK PIN Ear INVESTMENT 

I W* have aaaaral fine amrigaga oppor* 
tunltlaa available at the present Ulna in- 


POH SALE BY OWNER 

APARTMENT BLOCK 
MODERN AND STUCCO 
VIM Y EASY TERMS 


'Tayn-gkid” r»a^a Paints, Hull Patnia. 
Capper Palma. Marina Varnish. Boiled 
Oil. Turps., Brushes 

SHIP CHANDLERS 

IMcQUADBS LTD ) 

111 * WH ARP »T. PHONB B 1111 

U PERSONAL LOANS 

CASH 

$50 TO $1200 

NEW LOAM SERVICE 
POR VICTORIA 

t »a 4 ar.d friendly loan aarylra •» man ' 
t women, married or atngia No ea- 
rner* narraaary and you aa&ct tha olan . 
<aat aultad to your needs 

ihana naa Auto— Pumlturo— Aalary, and, 
• 'inventent paymanta aro arrarigad W# I 
• r "Yea" to i uut of I who ra<]utat a loan | 


• e. »» Wie piraeni uma in- woe a u i^at on annugii ... be wall built 

eluding aoota orfarad at a dlaoount. and ail af-d if •ail-nlitit perfectly laaatad in chotra 
hearing lf» iniarnt Lat ua dlatuaa these reaidamial area. You aa purchaser, ensy 
with you, | have Immediate possession to one of uraae 


to Dtuapocllve purchaaerg. 


THREE 

LICENSED HOTELS 
ON THE ISLAND 

Ranging from MI MS la •171000 
• Pmanrie! statement* aea.labte > 
J. D McNt*. Etanlna* B IK It 

APARTMENTS 


W|UIPW. with a large tu-r-oaer. ar.d auh- rase apian did gar.;-.-, I; ,u tree* .. *.*|i 

«Et profile Raa.nnab'* rent leaa* fruJU »n-all *rrann..uv* .i.jai :h. pro I r fl 
*« **>_"!?. : ** 4 “ r » ot 'n y.etona hav- 1 ua.llon .1 a.. u »uh tn ralir* aud have a m. 1 ‘ 

12 * * Trarel by Dunran Hint a' rwitng work Raaaunabla terms and 

Sjurd^S* B 4 ;M. fU n,,ht' i or U d.r l4rt Mr I Mr » r — b! * 58000 

Cat! Mr Plddiak. B* 10 «. Day oi Night 

$7500— A REVENUE HOME ,wmr% 

$3500 DOWN' N H A. 


The pure . .mI for the h'l'iaa .. 

»a. plus a.I the ‘i. is pitlf a* Ml* 

conveiaaUra va uailntt uf Hire* 
lota »i:a# 

Coet of buMing gj 

Pin* *«'lma'» id riMsi|ileid Ma< 

«l r-i. 'I."i >ai»i 1 •••u .l na l*>* if 


Alf A. Duplala 

Vernon Mortin & Co. Ltd. 

7 IS VIEW ST Bail 


delightful am*as Reliaoa party mar pur- 
rhaa* un vary easy term* and pay th* 
balannp out uf revenue. *n C nr\r\ 
A BART) A IN 5 ZJ ,000 

On Very Resanuaiil* Terms 
R. R LEVY 
O « 7 «i 


12 BITTXB 
S BUTTES 

VALUE EXTRAORDINARY »wrrm 
TWO DUPLEXES » autrw 

^ w J ! Pt-ETED 

Pumuned 4 unit* attached garages Sea ;a SUITER 
view prapeny Approiimateiy 2 .eras 


iPinanrial atatemant* aaa.labt# » $3500 DOWN N.H A. » f *- • ■" i. . " ** II M# 

J. D MrNie. Etanlndl B l«lp I _ __ , 

A bargain-hunter a opportunity va pur- THREE BEDROOMS !?"* ’ bu,Kna * »» i«® 

ADADTUCMTC 'iha»a an l-rpnm umr m flr.'-riaaa run- I O' equal u- laid g-., - •. 1 „aiB looi 

AHAKIMtNIb tfiltM Ihrauiiijut. with far.llHIaa stall- | A vary atfrarttva three- had room buneal.iw On . ,,o , . , i . 

WILL CONSIDER EXCHANGE ^ reeMentla! ataa with fita vary .arga r*m% dlp'ing^rpnm !* ’*) ern^ab ** •••Me Wanliuned a--.«e 

» «™ — - M.. 0 O ^irWa^ie^r/n 0 2 js: itj: ^ h * 1 


| ST THREE BEDROOMS 

diuon through jut. with faeUniaa avail- A vary atyraniva three- bedroom bune.I.iw 
1 ,n • “"•■t-room I* tie bay m" , 


rooms tor tha owner Pull na.a.aenl new ; trie kitchen with utility room Two ta n- f '»»• '» n-w , r . 

* " S0 ° ••I* 1 * **'•/»* •"<» gtre Uedru.ima l-ple., Pambrukr b.tn "• ’«*» h»U. i,„ n . ! "J* jg * 

*IT!I 0 A * n 5 C-oncedirU ataira -n isrga bedroom tiak oinuu - moi.u. m utern ail hen Ivn.bi .. 

III mm Af f u> ***?. *"* ndora m mam rprami. ‘pr* att.i -apt-ire ‘''"'■r ih»a s-.nfl - ,.r . i*a 

rw. NOT QUITS COM* or day Lt oLptotTlJta ar.d nut II .win n.i.r. lb a _ P .•# <• heavuv wi ad 


| i i i m w | ' * radio, mater tar uptlu&a! Cumae: 

5J TIMBER BROKERS i 

— 22 — I |>«WHT RENOVATED COET** UAR I IP I K I/- nPAi -y-v^ 

I, 'OR SALE— APPROX. M U flu TIM - 1 *<*• depat Bidnay. fnr lasts, reapon- KING REALTY 

• bar. sums yarded Bal. ta fail Will J!W * b»f l » Nuna but iharnugnly con- 

taka m« cash Bai atumpag* Boa »e»y. veraani and energetic Apply on nremiaaa. 1 U 1 OO VER.VM EKT BT. 

Cnir>niit I 1 11 — — - - — — 

g — - -W-— --- eaa | roPPBS BHOP <Mambw of tha Real b ate Boi 

53b TIMBER WANTED i L-PI.rvmrv irvinnw >ura»:m ..a 


_ _ Main highway Clear title. <T 1 A CAT 7 

/ VPrNINO IN BLUEBIRD CABB. SHARE, trifles nr Ira 5 I U,OUU 

radio. B«ir car upUunal. Contact Mr Paga. Bees. QIHI 


J. D MiNle. Ev amnei tllll 


i vice #J * TIMBER WANTED j^plendid location. ave»ao» tad 

la ° Cirmplau atth nock and aqulp- 

T AROB OR SMALL STAND WANTED "»•"* La*»« Low font. tf- A AAA 

seryira *n man I ^ Pbwn* 0 DM PuU prtae 5 zCXX) 

‘Xt thVaE ^TANDUW TIMBER. BIO OR SMALL CITY OATMTERT AND CONPBCTIONERV 
aeiati tna plan Q oat. ha. Also n ihi... . — 


I M amber of th# Real Ea'ata Board) 


12 SUITES 

EXCELLENT REVENUE 

| This fin" 12 -tuito apartment block tn one 
| of th# «!»'# daeet revenue locationi Nt:a 
B SIS I better than I 4 .*fu) per rear in moderate 
rentals All tune* completely self cm- 
(allied Pine Qtl-O-Meuc toot eater haat- 

price* 1 *™ ^ $36,500 

Alf. Dvi plain 


GEORGE RANDALL 

130 * DOUOLAB * o 


lot Close to Khnolt and but 11 >'00 -.hUar- 
prlced. Term a ^ n/nA 

Prir. $9600 

CaU Mr- Dree. • 710 «, Day or Nlyhi | 

llllCi 


tauor. a >a:a 

.D JSfSi! STORAGE GARAGE 
tVr«;nn REPAIRS - GASOLINE 

SJO/^UU Bight in Uia heart of ilia city aaiellapi 


GORGE 
l’i ACRES 


Splendid Rluico kungalna. fi»a rrw>-na 
large living, root-, it or. a fireplace modem 


* l *; , t ’* Ihiii.aled Large aeparala gara.a. 
THICK, aa u aim 

tbr«» .uia $8500 

Evening*.- Phone « .VOlfl 

AUTOMATIC OIL HEAT 

Thlt vary a'lra-t-va five r - h , _ 

«a<»* m imma/Hla-a . ..ndillaaa >ould i ■>* 
ha dupli a-..} .1 l-ilav v .. . irucUi-n ,ii,u 
Paa.ure* .was fi.ora thre .glnvut. i. .aula-ad 
vailing, tile ting « w# through hail a Hit 
f alrove Pull rm> u*-rni*n( v. -n 


gnera ne-ratary and vou aelevt tha »un N " IT :, r — ' r -- wn .n.Mun»nr 

•at aultad to your needs 1 „n . lhm,r m<h4 * ‘ d ** 1 , '* ntr4j location Large turnover 

[ on tha butt and. long or ehort. any quan- Kea* inama rent - 

ihana n« Auto— Pumliur# — Aalary. MB *'*'• P'* 1 * ‘o Purl prtt# S4200 

• iryanlant paymanta are arrangto Wa aUB *P C.o«na and tall ua in# moat you can __ 

• ’ "Tea- to « out of * who rwquttl a lean ■** . .»!•*>? *• P*f LVVEBTMENT BPBCIAL 

..re. Don't borrow unnoreasarlly. but If 1 Itreat'^W.tt Mil <RA(Y) ^ * ru * ,m ,hl * am a.I 

an acilvaa a problem phono or vUlt Iha ■vr»av_wa*s_ mzw g,. t O 0 * 11 . JOOLAJ four-suit* apartment Lovely 

raraonal Yea' man today. ANTED — ANY QUANTITY TIM HIM coAdl'ton. all newly renovated, 

| boet Prtaa. A Burton. >HM ^ , c- ««« PuU pr.ra far this Urga 


PERSONAL FINANCE CO. 

'" A TATES STREET 2 nd Ploor Butt* 1 
Piiona B 734 d Lloyd Pataraon, Ya* liar.agar 
Victoria 


$15,000 


FINANCIAL SURVEY 
_ LIMITED 

SIX-SUITE APARTMENT 
FULLY FURNISHED 


APARTMENT 
$16,850 $1 6 

CONVERSION TYPE 


REPAIRS - GASOLINE bi£mSnt l *f , a rr b r?. r "'i! , ‘; ***• n- ‘.7"7' * 

i basement, turner*, gsrtge line garden and «flv* in c.iagr Very 
Bight la Ute heart of tha city, eatelleni V. >b l i y. M . r * , T ' r " ®« «<’»•» water* p; > r.:v lands. epr 0 with rocker** Units* 
tncame » now batog obialnad from sarh Ouiek P(>aaaaaloi» Owner tranaterred Vary *nd lawna 

separate depart ment of this pn»gr*a.l*e »«»m» Ideal local. on c i r\ rnn PRICE 58700 

butmes* To t>a *uld wa w going conrern. P ,|r « w III Till 1 - 

with equipment Long leas* i*i<iek at 


with equipment Long lea** BWick at 
. , , _ _ . [ inveniofT If you are In the market engi# 

$ 1 6,850 lrt ■«* 11 •*»» »« IBIS- c 1 X. ertn 

PDC phone information Prtra ) IO. JUU 

* Mr Roberta 


rs^SSl.rlZ $10,500 

Birick at call Mr Davit, n vipa Ctanlnca o B<*i d 

i <«i«a. 


aoartmtnt ouildih* Always «,|f... mt . „ . Pruoaity cor.alai* of 2 Iota, >0 * IJ«J feci 

Revenue cloi* in gain a month *h roue haul" P * r L* 5 * to °Bmon earn Bit apartment avntaa » thrae-ronm 


Opportunity *>rika» but one* and IhU f» 

YOUR OPPORTUNITY DAY We offer tn. 
abme apartmant for tala, ahnatng a grots 
revenue nf t) 01 ] yearly, total yearly eg. 
pens* HOO. leaving a cat ravanu* of 12 312 

Pruoeity cor.alai* of 2 lota, >0 y IJ«J feet 


DOUBLE FEATURE 

Ya. TWO gmarfly designed THREE Bm- 


8 >an Cornish, Evas oilll 

OAK BAY SOUTH 

i r o f me in f>*<S (»rnlkli« Lfa>ng- 
m ai h Ore, .i» « email iliptiig-ro.- m. 
l'’"- tao bedruoma. ih»ugn hall and 


rmr m ■g CTn aT^jt tmSiJV. iUS Mas, M^Laa? 

$ 10 BT*** ,9t this nearly l • f»rag*a Thlt ta a all- nar* All this to* in* amatlnyly to* 

■ XiOLAJ new building equipment * or ’ B invaaUgatlng Btclu- down oavmeni of I' ISO ar.d balanre an 

and business a* a going conrern. Q«wd ,, ' r * ^nll price $JX/UUU 

terms . 


H r- «... ovy a — , __ Va. Two gmarfly designed THREE Bm- ! '"V l hl,,u * h h* 1 * 

. G. DALBY & CO. LTD. ,,n,n *» •»’•» «• wHUm kn<ncu ,, . ” , ' ; * 11 * ,,r fJu ,r‘7 4 

dining- romn end llein«ro-im niLHIi.H , ir „ . ' . ,l, “‘ l «a Hard- 

Alt VIEW aniEET rHON* rsivi , BASEMENTS, .n*u:a'ad Both In an as- *'*d II*" • rrw.m Three. 

■ callent district m e ig i.ump 4 ately ft n . v “ J\* ' ' " ' h fuB 

ighed and the n-titr aii| r.srfa -nr i . y j * 1 ,1 " 1 -vht w«*lj ho| - air furnate and 


QU|C|< CUSTOM PLANING MILL 

FRIENDLY LOANS AND ^MANUFACTURING 

FOR MEDICAL AND DENTAL PLANT 

EXPANSES 

v. a , . >**k* r.sa iuraiion in BriUM Columkta 

Need medlral Of dental eareT Pay f»g It n* \Assl Coast tsi»i> .K.I 
Ith a friendly loan up <« II M 0 Ufa lev- I ‘ W H Co44 *- “‘wNHAhad eoiapacy 
- i*d al no eatra rogi ta you Many ways oparattoo, dasir#* locallaa In a 

Np«f. Par fast, (rltndly gawir* ui« with adaquata lumber supply avstiai 


•nd buglnaaa aa a going cmirrrn. Good 
Urnu 

MICHAEL BROTHERS 
•It Johnson B;r*«H PKmiiv* B 7141 

I PRICE REDUCED fon QUICK BA IX ~ 
Od.P-SCRVlrX GROCERY AND HARD- 
n W*r* butirass. doing mar gM.oao p*r 


• On isrmi > 


COFFEE BAR AND 
CONFECTIONERY 
SELL OR TRADE 


nara All thta to* lh* amaslnylr low ( 

down payment of IS IM and balanr* np j r-r\r rer 

aavy terms Du nul regret mlsaln* this I Q-OrrCC SHOP 

opportunity— call today 

, k. «.<». aas... .« a-». .na SS,“ , 5 f„.V.rV^,Srf»V* o *.“3 

| income for soisaen* * . - « 

REVENUE - REVENUE $4000 


ighed and ihe «m*r will r.ady -»r > 1' 
wc ipar.ry In *u weeag tided yas'errtay 

r.r.rr^^ 1 * $t o.9oo **» 

Call kfr Bn.iib. fl VIO* Day or N'tht 
iMB-C. 501 - 0 * 


!'• tun. A'lai h*d gat ag* ( itner 

r" : ' $9000 

Mr Liulty. Kvanlnga. B U'l 


REVENUE - REVENUE 
JAMES BAY 


CAPITAL CITY REALTY 


NIAGARA 


h . — " r uiFoir#. rw rjrinur tDiormaticn writ 

?*r 8 f#r Mniirtloci v{Ui mill nr I hot 7 « 7 ». Colonlit 

”** <5 °* ,hM * f **‘ !,u ** N »»- Hiodern omall UPTOWN rorrxx bar oyn 

hlfb-vp##d equipment. Dlaaaf pow-iwd S sled by man and elfa shoeing g-vo. 
W.il-belanred affletimt everatloo. produe- Will taka «7 Md cash, terms « 

lion up to 10 M ft- per hour PtonV A^pt/by mnt * t **‘ **« 


Cash required 


$7000 


FINANCE COMPANY LIMITED tlon up tu 10 M ft. per tuyur Wtel^AppUtry £ r -J 7 | rtr ‘ *<c 

640 FOftT * ! ~ 

? 4 Winch B H 9 . Phon. 1 5431 nuV* JI 

j HOUSE MANUFACTURING! »rH 18 IB A VmIwHIT DOWNTOWN 

Six MORTGAGK LOANS COMPANY !««*•’? maDy yaera ^nd 'nirby *. Ipln'dld 


vriusn uirru BAR OPKE- 

EXCHANGE — EXCHANGE 

for nrtijvarty. mortgag*. eu. I t t» 4 * ynur -«fnn g wants'* for ygnir -do 
gl-ey. E 7441 . esan** •* Prompt service la any enqulrlea 


1 Bull*!. Plug 2 -roum suit* for owner ^/Ari ial GMT KtALI 
Equipped with gas staves, divhe* euiievy «v> Cormorant a- ft ia»a 

and fookm* utanstla Al> rcrnm* are /arg* ** ° ,,,, °« ■«* 

land bright Central nil heating with I VICTORIA 1 C 

automatic gas water heater The building 
iv in parlart condition and In an escal ent | 

1 oration O rounds nlraiy landscaped and ■ « i ■= — — — — 

has a vary good garden Rant free for «■ rvni tur.r Dvil rw-rs-rv 
| owner and a menihly revenue of ll.vo r.Al nANUr. KFAL ESTATE 

Be* this for a «ood Invest- # i i OlsA . . 

mant Pull price X I I <Z DU |;»XCHAN 0 E OR BELL MODERN 

Evening* and Sunday*. Pleas* CaU 1 J bungalow, with small grocer 

J Wilson. B 7 JM Clrrumstanca# compels me ia retire Bi 


CITY 

LOVELY WATERFRONT 
HOME 


UPLANDS SLOPE 
IMMEDIATE POSSESSION 


n i eaa asiss r* 1 * •» a very smart modem, wall-doaicred b |?.', 

O 1 * 2 » or B« »4 S-tpam semi-bunaalow in a enmiriful 

1 C Im-aunn uveilonkiua — s and muunialna k- ' 

It haa averythinc you desire for a home 
inrluding OH -O- Malle alr-comnti .ne,i * . 


5Ix MORTGAGE LOANS 

A AMOUNT OP MONEY AYAtL- 

ab!# for n-nrtgag* Inane and •* pur- 
chase mortgagee or agreement* af •*«. 
CUenir Fund# Ineeated • petit. v* Bafsiy 
C. N MONTAOUB CO . LTD. 

I«l> Blanstoard at park a MIS 8 sen 

4 PPLlCATtONB POR UtROE OR SMALL 
rV.mnrlgwgaa aporerUled NHA loans 
available W* *o»- lallva tn r#-flnan«lng 
linosev sign pur- baaVig agraamante and 


FO BOX June 
JACKSON, DB A.. MIBB. 


good many year* and paying a splendid 
profit Th# pr###nt vrwritn ir# now r«* 
tlflng and m ill tell Hi# business tsgethar 
**•*•« y** •* pensive shop ftaturet for 
•s MM, ard the stork at Invair* prira This 
is an opportunity lor tom* lady io heroin* 
Independent Por further partir-ilart <»n- 
lart J Pearson avtnlngs. R ) 0 |g, * * 

Preen Realty, Bil ll SOS Qordow Mtr-vf 

U DO 

8 TADACONA ARXA 

T HTB FTOHT-ROOMKD HOME WITH 

blirmtnt x r\A fusitar* i* I 


W. aim u please 

Cent art Hr V C Dakker 
XV »s , Colq IMJ 

12 S 4 GOVERN MX NT STREET n Sint 

A Member of tbs Beet Bs'at* Board of 

Vlsiaria 


aiaenhousa Beparate garaf* Wall worth 

$i i,7oo 

Call Mr. Ash too. SUM >••« Albion IM 
I 5 A 4 -CI 


Fniranra ball, living -rongi. II a 14 . eu* 
open llrepiar*. briyhi dining /..om |j« • 
hl.T-* - * ,,h " k ’* a ,,rr t>ia>- alt wi>to 

Si?., r * lh J<, "‘ '' ir kite hm. 

SL. 11 , /n . >•*>•" ‘*fln> aaleil .<a>r! 

:?'<• beifi.iiivis Pun reme/ii 

nl „ ** n - * ,r Oil fl Matlr heating. 
Oarae- S>nall but v»ra e-il krpi .. .-.•* 
with patio Ihiv hi-mr i. ... ifc, ;.^ 


healing unit Nte# garden with vmall ' , i m ' '* ,n * " 

rAr n o^“ rSz™ •• ••• * .*•» -- tJawxr r 


ment run pt tee i ' VTIJCdlAMOB OR BELL MODERN •- C,M Mr 4 ahtott B MOV Pm Albion IM 

Eveninct and Sundays. Pleas* CaU I J ruam bungalow, with small groeary I 5 M-Ct 

J Wilson. B 32 *« Clrrumstan'o. rosupeU me us retire Bus 

— Co * w> ‘ w VIEW ROYAL AREA 

VERNON MARTIN & CO. MTSSKl ^SSSSSSSS «!S W r of ‘ h * 

limited ^.Rccj^coi-miM , ‘arr-.S3 

virsr wrr.r«- C*** «***!- GOOD ENULIBH CAR ON 1 ?™* *l r * # 

• n VIEW xritErr ^ house or chat bam »sf Bov T*v« i air-«lndll'nn#d haa'irtg Ihmushaqt-, 

Belli (till Culoniat vmierat# eaPwee v«rv n«c* lot cint* m 

„ . . _ . _ - - — I bus ar.d albreV Varant at present Uu.i s 

Member «f Baal Eaiai* Board ef Ylrterta. -* ROOM STUCCO SEMI-EUTOALOW. | "“"•'T" C I q 

/ full basement. h--*l air fiirnaR* grind * r *' * 3 /UUU 


wan worth a , ^ 

$11,700/**’ 1 ■a-'jmad PRICB $14,000 

>. Albina |\j [ M ' H »P*>'‘n»- «»*nlll*.. | 10 J| 


OAK BAY 
SUPERB LOCATION 


Rnjl’h for wppnintment, #r they *111 ran ■ Duncan requiring an Ipveatmeni »f 
at sour home at your rwquaat Financial BSI.OM ta give an annual net profit nf 
«««/ Limited. Ills Oavemment turret. HMOvnd Stiltr BbaasandflfureaafaH- 
OMIM or ev anipg* Colqui ts 23 SR "r_EJW. , ab,e fur invnectinn by lotareeted pertiea 


54 BUSINESS OPPORTUNITIES 'mtT ."'du'do 

— . o» •mall guest hnus* it 2 Ml John Or-*n- 

\ PLOURIIUIINO SMALL BL'BlNEHto IN > 5 -* I Breed Street B 7041 tvenlnge 


' "• pui »• s agreemeate and * — esmisif 

•Offy.eet Avk fnr Mr «p#nr#f or Mr. | \ FLOURISHING SMALL BUBINDW IN 
n»t*h for appnlntmenl. #r they *UI cmfl , •* 1 Dur.rAn requiring an Inveatment nf 
I VUr hnm* at vuur ihiihI Wltianrlal 111 UIM la an ... .... — 


1 Write In Msuderaan. Peals X Cu Lid 
FUNDS ON BAND AND IMMEDIATELY ' ° meMn - BC ’ lar 

AVAII.ASIX FOR MORTOAOB LOANS 

J ARO. AND BMAU. AMOUNTS — LOW A 

mi2 i r.‘u,^r:rp^:u to zxs&jfsxp Mui1 ■*" ,o d * 

« g*a and agreemai.ta purrhaaed I — — ' - 

a speneilf# In Katienal Hnuslne Act 1 HOME OF YOUR OWN WITR Of- 
• vqs Loan* and Company Diana il la -V nma Small gr-oery and eonfaeUea- 
Cenmlt Our Mortgage Dapsrrpant Falrfteld Terms O S«.vi 

F R BROWN * SONS LIMITED I FANNER BHOP. WITH I.I\ I NO QUAR- 

Baralr-g Vlc-lerte lay Over Sg Tear* * * 'art. te !**»•: ally; operator forred a 

ll» Broad Btraet Fhon. a tltl 7 ^ Ham^te.^Sl C0BUrt ° 


I ntadaJSJaxxa p. R. brown & SONS 

I T'HIB ETOHT ROOMED HOUR WITH LIMITED 

I baetmeiit and fur nar# la ^ d*tigned 1 

that It could b* mnicMr) mu* a duiilaa *»ni Eaiate and Insurance Aeente 
, or email aueat hmia# 15 7 M John Or*en- 
wrdid IJ 4 I Breed Street. B 7041 Evening* Member RrwJ ti-a-a Boerg af Vinton* 

*- lnl " n 117 l(U BROAD STREET O Y 1 YI 

ATTENTION. AOENTBI XstubUshed I to* 

- A«# Footnote* 

VANCOUVER ISLAND BARGAIN 1 

\V*VX CRENT LODOE AND POUR STAR „ 

»* rottage Mi. Quallrum Ray. V I.. B C. SMART MODFRM 

Attra. tiv# newly -hum l*dg*!eso*r drop wr\rs. I , /VIUUtKrd 

Mding knotty pm* dining-room. unfhiUhed CAFE 

Ammerrial kitchen. 7 h#droam. Pembmke v-rvre 

an kltcheo Ontmlly *itu.teg m buaiaet p.rt of oity 

JJ ‘iglSTSfliJrtfff arn"«rnod»te 4 this fjnunehirg dus,r#m nmi ks mU 

f W •*> eeoount -A oeocr i health a 


DE LUXE 
GUEST HOUSE 
Al REVENUE PRODUCER 

Thu puc"-* and half. -unbared building 
ha- 10 largi bright, nicely d#> orated rooms 
with 7 herb room* and flna high baaemeqt. 
Auiama'tc Mokcr Th* furniture alone 
Would met Bt Iceat ssooo and there U * 
steady yearly income mat m«»r.« peslily* 
aevurtiv fnr stmt* lucky purch*a#r Tate* 
•nly 1120 Owoec'e retirement due to ill ' 
health n*r«vvit ates • a*/;ri- e , « r^r\r\ 
Mr* sal* at 5 I Z/VXXJ 

Evas Can Mr. Levitt. O »ltl 

GROCERY AND 
CONFECTIONERY 
WITH LIVING QUARTERS 

A g»nd to-atlon, rloaa-ln with good mod- 
ern living quarters Oll-O-Matlo heating. 

I new gsulpntent. Worth whll* Invaai ig*«n« \ 
A w underfill opporfunlly for at.argetie! 


garden* email fruiu. near ton* st’raa 
school »I JNi Will irwd* «-rrmm h:ius* 
near 81 Jowphv Hrupital. ivsl Donald, 
eft Oorgs Road 

5« LISTINGS CANCELLED*" 


R-ilft aqpros 7 yaaia aao of tha floe.t W* ar* pi,,,rd la nil,, for you. i,.,,, 
mtiantMAcwl In «n #rrxli#r.| lorntt'in A*r% tinn x a*Ucl fi.l r*n * irsiri/nrl -.f >f ?*Z 

i*rs# neoma Lars* ba-#n<eat Cni-O- kyp* l*wi>* <n*Av • r, e • > t . , lrt ' . 

Matte air-cfcidli nn#d haa'lng ihriruehout. | er* , ,.i. J, 

trl~'ln* r X^ r 'T •' Dr '*"’' UU "» faiBg-rgam 24 . IV wi,h m 7 J:'r.T 

pr.«ea l.m r-teET^e C 1 HAH 4 lliHVB-f»-n 15 v 17 . den wuh f|i*r;. t *. 

PUI prl.’* >. > I 3/UUU modem elsrlnr r.binrt SHrl.cn an.i 

Terms If r*qulr*d BUJlkw room on mein floor IVeami. 

0 *i( Mr R.« ,n nvin* *... naval | R*l ne-dwnoe f unrig l.'noe. finrtr T ,.* 

M ®** on r,B * ° ,MI bedroom v. tnur-*>r<« ir# •-.!), m * i#r 

r 19 9 h Full n«4«m> oi 

• »th cHint P«nW|#d fucr.i»uN rnom mi. 

SFAWDDTUV 1 '■" 1 h «r FViru.u* ro»m end ta 

jCAWtJKlrlT rav* Venetian blind- *,»u r*-p»i *»d 

KELT irzts t Kf J*S 


S* LISTINGS CANCELLED 1 SEAWORTHY I..! 

i. aim - >«. .... w..4*a EETiJi 1w'jr« , .7t'TS .I Vi-S. ,T:: 

M R FINCH AND AOENTB 1004 lodge “wntw-nw magnificent lv-ng ro >m What I* th* hast nr COfldl'liin It :* M „ih 
A v# luted eacluaivaty with Reaideatltd IJ-aMl Aolo ** Ue hM **» :tT h **'- Oreaier and hav m*<.y un ,. ., t , 

4 ..! tlftonn ,n " r ,n,v '' l " T ' Fo.-her mlumatten 

XIO.TUU > rated • ™ 

f pHB FOLLOWING FROPEimXB ARE; c » u Ut ■*«»• • »IA 4 . Day *r Night > i’KJvTC 5 ZJ, 3 U 0 

1 wld and era now off th* mara*t. I (M 7 UI I Mr iiarrinnm e.^ 1 — . ■ .... 


• p-irrr.*s*g I — — - - - . 1 . ' 7 — 11 v-vnu-any situated in buaiarn p*rt of ally wivrLV,i sw'vtrvi 

perl ails* I* K.Lvmal Houtla* Art 1 HOME OF VOUX OWN WITH Of. I MrsSSl* 1 Hounahlr. but.noM moat £ told \A/ITW I IV/IKJr nilADTCDE 

Lean* and Company Liana el *W. coma Small gnxiwy and sttfstttst- I rlbm at”* -«r fifth *n acemint of **oar i health Avwug* WITH LIVING QUARTERS 

irsim Our Mortgag. Dep.rrp.nt f/m. OSS^ SRU ‘SST'S M **** ■=*" ! A pmd tev.Uim rte.-.n * )Ul mMl 

K BROWN * SONS LIMITED I JARSEK BHoP. WHY LTf 1 NO-QUAR- ’ h '”'i ,h P rop * rl > r “»«• *PP‘* hard ^ fuilr eq,..c.p^ r ' r , T *d**I , n nwTrly MsT'aM "' f ' "*‘ n * On^-MatuThean^. 

r*lr-g Viriarta (or Over SB Tvara * * '*f». t* >*a»*: ally, operator for-#d te ' * i- < 9 ^ C(V 1 a,u<v ‘ Ur 't ABOITT IfALF cajur 2 * w JJJJP"**"*- ^<»vth while Invaaiigagtag 

road St '#*4 Fhma a Tlti ,Mlr * ,t,T *»a*Kh raavoni Cor.Uct C ** * B,y l « r0MI 2 »/ 4 /D\AJ lor :*tt> WILL HANDLE ^ ^*>£'1 opporfumiy for anargwtle 

Fhon. o 7.7, - crow. ,. 5 » Ham.r.te. B 1781 R„ORT HOTEL -Qu.M um fteach 71 . WIL PRICE only $9500 ST* B.tff' JSSft, 

I fOMFLET* KQUIFMENT TO MANtfFAC- | Lu’c^l ° u, ( »f«*F | LWT 7 NO 

m owtt toK ” "*"• moxt- te,«,rc^ a^ia-iart&i * i?' £ *• u, » ^5^ur r ' «552f7 p p o rnw _ » ( . . 

4 c n. montagui co. 

"* — LI ^. ED 


r |’Hl FOLLOWING PROPISmXB ARE 
i- sold and era now off th* m argot . 

14 I» L*na<lft»n* Ro*d 
3801 Sinclair Rnaq 
1271 Bhaai* Fisc* 

W* n*ed -nor* !l* 4 lnga of tateeHi* houa** 
Ba as hav* Pten he*vy durutg th* last tts 
w**ka 

CABELDU X MAY. LTD. 

1717 Bread Street Phan* B 7 IT 4 

T HB SALS OF HOUSE AT 77 * BILL , 
Blr aal has ruan e*n#*l*d. 

BOLD BT UB RECENTLY 


LIRTTNO. 


A. A. GREEN REALTY 

w i oordon rum 

Bids af Coaab Lina* Phan* tllll 

GORGE 

Good family hnm*. J hadmomt, ba*#m*nt 
and fumare Good garden Ini Vvrr nh* 
location Thu hom* has bean «tra»(|>ally 


PHONE O 7171 


YfORTn AGE MONEY AV A!!. A BLR— CUR- AuU.B.Allr HR to a.I yu tea <tn.pa- no- 
*'* f*®k f»*«« Immediate decuien* ‘h« througnout. o E Oll-O-Matir *-r- 
^•**• 1 * 1 * X May Ltd. 1211 Bread Btraav t>mifltion#tf neat; all a/xnelytbg *Kh city 

" I IT# T0g li 8 Ui*n» F If fiftMlriiUra rran* * kita 




C. N. MONTAGUE CO. 
LIMITED 

G»na 


, — I --""T noma j run room t. baaemant 

xt Malar, a Apt. •!• Cournar Btr*m •"<* 7 hm*ra Good garden Ini Very ni>a 

195 * Oranil* Streak location Thu hom* has b»*n dra*t|<ally 

71 » Roderick vedured and nuu o* vald very r r-vra 

I 1 IJ Pandora A-teos soon. PRICB >*;lh termai JJ/ jU 

I«t» K -a direat #.ii ,. Wl .,. . a... . „„ -»» ■»>"-i g n-.oar now 

423 Perry oiraes c * !l t J 0 S« ar.d aura ties him*- Through ball t* 

714 Powder. V . . UviiH-rnwm, dining. roam. tK'iiesv 

•U, 4 gSSTnm* WILKINSON ROAO gSgi ZSZZ »» 

IJ. Admiral. Road 4^-MlLE CIRCLE 

W# Hat# CUtf )!8 for Kxxx»» .*£»' •> -Pf ,. 1 11 Juiv# 1 ^11 p a/\ 

Horn**- If Your Pr|r* I* fught Wa Can d*U £ «mam bungatew wit* fun PrI • > II . DvXJ 

Your HOO- (S^-Tlr ^ 4 ,X^ 0 ‘.,Vb* 7 .r.’ pI L‘V "" ^ 

MICHAEL BROTHERS I l«rg* Idt good garna# # 

«• Jotonm,. Btr^t Fhon* B 7 « 4 l ^OOO VAt.tr* AT $7500 OAK BAY 

- I CAB J- Faarvo*. »>#* Rims r.mrr . . 


Mr Hsrrlnginn, E'*nin«t c r. gas 

Boorman Investment 
Co. Limited 

• Id V'e* Strati Pbon* C 7174 

Member Baal Estate Bnard af Ylef*r»* 


OAK BAY 
NO STEPS 


reduced and rau.i a, tald -ary a.r-vr/\ _ 

■nod. FRICB ••HR term*) $5750 ' •ui'f'ulmaiaiy >wm 

Cl. M War.*., .va. . a. I a* V .lira * 1 * a fmm*^ 


OanaraJ Agent* 


t9 nnn v kvaiLAiix i 

J>-tUULf fnr gnod first morleaga at «% 1 


reg'i.alii-r.a Fjr particulars, pbon* E 5371 i _ LJWIN * M' A LUSTER 

_ Qualmum »*a h H 

I^ECLUBTVE TAXI BUBTNIHB - TWO 


DRESS SHOP 


.... «--v -4 Iiin mu»*u# ai -a — * -■*-• 'n Ibrlflng loan on Island nigh- | - - I -“--a • unaiiov, aa-a.iari, » *mr 

Ftaava call < 4 r PMU«I or Mr. 1 *•} 0 >">d year-round ravanu* F\U 1 prl-# 1*7000 FULLY FUR - larg* and blight, 2 Windows large dls 

#>**tef at Hawke* Foster Ltd B 2101 . I J • ' *> Term* «An o* arranged Jimmy nuh*d «*r#pt *vmar‘f suite ef Hay. 1 Lighting modern daylight • 

Wa-himp jo v FarktaiU# Raalty. Panvvwl*. * r ?* 5 * F** ,r "i* HT* « m -nth BsHnunt fJood turaovar Books open to Intaraata 


p’hon* 7 IJ 2 i ‘••'ftW-Opponunltp knecka Ls> oa .ho. 

ywu this wonderful buy Hete these fa* 

turag |. Lore Mo*. ee-a!l*nt. > Star# 


BOAT HOUSE — RENTALS 
AND REPAIR WORK 


Your Roue* 

MICHAEL BROTHERS 
«*• J-MMlao* Btr **4 Fhon* B 1*41 


LOANS TO HELP YOU 
BUILD OR BUY! 

Gat • bum# ef your e«n. through • 

ABB LOAN laarn abcmi »ur lo*g- 
term Irena including H H A. loans, at l*o 
iniartsa i*t*s 


9^09 ■■’-MONT AYE BOLD BY JACK 
Brown of 8 up#r Rash* It's only 

*f your eontiiiiiftis confid^uro fo ft* mi u > 


SAANICH— CLOSE IN 
$1500 DOWN 


'leave «U fnr Mr q -ad K-av B •««• 

OAK BAY 
THREE BEDROOM 
BUNGALOW 


Ker & Stephenson, Ltd. 

900 GOVERNMENT STREET O SI 

ADVICE AND INFORM AT! OH 
ON MORTOAOB LOANS 
GLADLY O l YEN WITHOUT 
ANY OBLIGATION ON TOUR 
FART 


WTORE FOR RENT __A,'J rrK * BHOP I DCV/CKJI IE LI A A 

L'OR RENT IMMEDIATE FOW 7 »l- $750 °° WN - * ALAnC » MONTHLY, KfcVtNUE HOA 

I SJ.BS. * bl. c ' ;#»n “u.^VT T:,T ] ,Z ^ ^ .. vary we: 

aim aJ .nerl!!! k b#"cr burn Fuil pnf# || log ^ate'fnr rtt,,y •* e,, t>t for own< 

*? •SS r 1 * 5 J"* ii r r, "‘ JJ •‘“IM- man Evan.’ of TayJar«M<teJX c* LM 1 r liaom. of » 

-Asdlvaipm tea 1 " ro ‘'’ "''*''1° ' ,r, 7»**^ *• a. lime 


fH SZ LI " TT ' - *F'*F»1qrg, am; *,,./„ hur( 

Ta. I •'** »o *p*: ma>,i ta rant in asm* build- Run gram 

Aim ? 0f a APP.y 1210 hroad 

O AI 27 *»v»d*y#. I p in ta t p m , to _ 

U « NONTVEAR X OO . LTD. 2 ^4 T 

HI* L#-*.vt Btreei T*i#p.n«a* 0 4041 — 


llncta U* real good. »n yau had 7 ^ .’hllT*" * r * r? WB ***' ,nd 

«cr hurry Full pric# il 104 Aik fnr « * furnished *i«*pt for owner’s saite of 

in Evens of Taylor Bpt’tei x C« L«d ? , ®* m * Fr#soni inaomt of 1 1 SO can he 

0 hroad B<r*>« O * 86 * Inc.-aaaed As lew as lime eath will 

L ’ r ','VJ nru> rc '" FdlBriw $ 10,000 

•"•' 11 * I wK. I - — 

— Mr Trevor, Earning* O BM 4 


$16,000 

Fletaa tppfy *t wur eftte* ter fun par- 

tieul.r* No Informatloa ran b« give* 
over th* telephone 

Fnr Appointment to View 


— _ BUFFR REALTY LIMITED payment* beia--* at 

747 Taut Street O MTV month FUIJ. PRICE 


RICHMOND ROAD. BOLD. 
3*44 Oreharo /street. e* 4 B- 


u au/i/cc rorrrn i to 'T i " 1 ' “• «u*r»nw* fqu 

HAWKES FOSTER. LTD. ? 0U, .L A*er*g# n#» pr«m •fa* p., y*** 

w ’ ’ I fee »h# i**t I -car*. Prle# 121 Md ctah 

• til DOUflLAd <nnrw-T pnotfa ■ aiai •** till. Coin nut 


OWNER POPULAR HOLIDAY I COFFEE AND SNACK BAR TODER & 

» b#s h mart CI-’V* (a VI tori*. *«v*n I _ ui 

•qq# park-ilk* groucov Oalf c»<i 7 ae moor ■d'ltem#"! 12 2 i>* Turnoaar voor-,. imsulv 717 CEHTHAL BLOG 

boats hors*, mu •atarlront bcath * 1 th •>•<* »•» ninnth Good l-irttlan R#nt 

Uni-ing »te*> Nina rental unit# plus four- I A ’ 1 > n Fnr ta.* at s-tual coat. Any r.aa- 

r*«m bungalow fnr a«n#r tir-vt advance I ••‘•Ml trad* s-intidsraa - 

oo- king fnt this year Can rterantc* fqll Mr. Hall. Evcmnn Balmont ItlX 

hout# Average n#t pr-.fit »J .«b par vtar P ' i«- 5 K 


TODER & VINT LTD. 

7 CEHTHAL BLDG O M«l 


Plata* Cell Mr Hm>it or Mr i»*-dht>u**, jgT* Orshim Bu*ml 

evemng. B SIM or CC, U1 «p ».M , Vl Va'nf.L™, a^BU^’.V 

J 477 CoUlntou S; *#l anld 

Island Investment Co. Ltd. ^ ^ the cm brokerage 

774 FORT STREET PHONE O IIS* A NOTH El 


ANOTHER' I r 111 / DAV i " ' • 

1 -)/ WALTER TTREPT. BOLD BY UAK. BAY ™*T;v po- Mill Jin.* Through >,*il a u.>g* 

Really. V*M* *UaUn(m ln fg T"'."* ir,H ! <*» • r-*~l "athr^om 1 SS*d bclte 

smt ^ aw w -rius, v."v f ri zz ssooo 

9H9 9 QUEENBWOOD DRIVE IB OFF tb - ° ** 1 ,or tQOOn 

2033_,h. m.te-l Agari tt, oi* JJ Mr,. MM,, GONZALES DISTRICT 

1161 rofLAYBOH HAS BEEN BOLD n,r » '• • •'» rnom aldcr-ft:^ of b#m* I be* 

■ — . . Wb handl* all sUvste af Inturanoa *«-»m h"m# )• r..inr. ( i.l J y rilr^T.gK*^!.* r ,L“ 

Mf* Ug-raws wt'h na* tuirk ... ... 


$1500 DOWN ■'•'Jr** 1 * W-f**r »l4 «u 'O bunvalnw. 

I m. “J2? ,tl# A»wv uc Throoen bait ** 

. Rtuc*o aemi-bungsln* Uvtng-ranm. J b*d- | '•'t* living room, gussl-ttra d'ntrtg-rvoi* 

I mom kltohen and pantry an* t«ii*t dn«n »p# "t,# h*drt»>ma p*m- 

7 b*d rooms up Basemen' good gard-n - ' * , 'V* k7teh*a *lr*d *<iy 

a-ff sr j aSr3J£^Sl% un P 

•J^rm&nwS * $3500 SKS, Ur ^ 

CaR A UlHtsur, Evening*. X 0144 Terms Prl-* $ 11,000 

$1000 DOWN r “*" 999 m ,MH 

t rwoM *""*r* *n blc* large —inms v HIGH OUADRA 

niece balhrnmn llvire-roor* with ftr# 

FULL FRICE $3450 ^ ACRE 

H-r* te ei, ideal ar d «.||-krp( f«m ,# 

r»Alf DAV I mTr't • |' ,rr * M i'»no#ny *7u n i.ffcns 

U Aft. BA T * %, -f po'auillltt## Thr'.'igii hall -i ,«•«• 


*- rt*om septet* an blc* large mnmg. 7 - 
nleve h*lhrn«m. ll*me-room wt-h ftr# 

FULL FRICE $3450 


l«ll DOUOLAB STRICT PRONE B EIB 1 

A NATIONAL HOUN 7 NG ACT 4 HX LOAN 
A FIRST MORTOAOB PRIVATE LOAN 
A BUILDER' • PROQRESB 1 YX LOAN 
Ask Ue for Oempiat* Derail* 


TRANSPCHKIMO— firOKAOK 
>R -1 A'.k hr OWNER ONE OF Tiff 
oidast transferring and stersga ram - 
pantea in Ytctarla Running vquip-.ient 
I "vary rued, with all pe<*#***ry equipment 
| for light and hoary hauling and furniture 
Good steady 'ootraeu *uh the best rom- 


Mr Hall, Evening*. Balmont IS.LK 

TOURIST BUSINESS ! FAIRFIELD DUPLEX ! $900 1 

TnAHSFEHKINO-arOKAOX ' N .* 1 * the t m. to tec Inv. tn# f”**'-*’!!' 1 ! Oll-O-Mailr hnt wa'gr heat- ' I » tL>>'# with a niry Itel ard* #nI 7 lo- 

| 4 V>R itAt-E nr OWNER ONI of THE touting** 1 'iAI s«rov# X, |.i.ni negini^ a !■"*_ **-*? ***. i* r f* Ava-aga turnover HM per n..-n 'h 

1 . aW ?? t i r .* n,, .''_ rrt M- vlecag* ran; f«tn* avwuern ad v art I rad llirngioui th* , . '. I ?" ■* t P rp<Wl * " no « ' & , 1 r\r\ 

?°r‘L riow on th# m.,k.i or.nd sea *1 „ I II/..? . Ful1 DT,r * - $4100 

F»'-eli*nt raturna W*U w>nh iRVWittentine * tL 1 ! 1 P 5 '* l*rnparty U In ' 


GROCERY STORE 


dono ’ 1l,wn ' :irt Ih * Mim * " n •NPR«*»iF 

:uy mania buys 'du ihu «e ahead 


Estavishag tin 

B 1 I FORT STREET PRONE G till 


ary mod. »Uh all perestary aqulpmani Ft -client raturna W »li 'a -.rih' •*!» vUi drlve-ln tar*** This proparty la in 
-»r light and heavy htouang and furniture I FuU *orui Trv#-.tgai ng Mr ,», nl yhapa. Immadlet* pos-yivton ana 

»ond steady contraru »nh tha beat com- prir* $ 9 ft 500 *• i n 

'•him in loss Business ran be inersased ^ ' _ _ iXO. JlAJ ,. nlr E $ 10,000 

rlth a*a*. Only r#a*"n fnr -eliing. under ! Flu* Ntbek at Invair* w w 

locter t erdert Fhon* R JA 34 . »••*-, lays. Oonlarr Vfv n. rnn ■ ••,. 

If call I in I risk I and avenue 7 wonrarr MV. Baron. B 4314 C-D/VCOV Akin 


9099 *™WWOOD DRTVB TB OFF 

XUJJ lh. market Aganta, puss* note ' * "• ,,m# rOTJ 

“ — — I Call A. A 

1161 FW1 '* T * Cm "*■ toFFN BOLD 


GONZALES DISTRICT 

”*,r* «’*■ Blder-ttp* of bam* rhsg 


Call Jehnny Jama- 


psntss in low# Husineu ran be inersaaarl 

GILLESPIE, HART & CO. LTD. ^rr.^V 9 

Estab'.lshaB mi or r*il I >01 Oakland Avenus 


MORTGAGES 


K ’OR bale by owner, the finest , , 

restaurant tn th* heart of Victoria. H A Hi 
10 Piva-vear la*** ne more After ]i * * 

I yrara in business I will retire er ir v*u i. M _ 

are a baker. *hr>l#**ler nr re'ailar, th a ■ T 

In- ailon la suits til* Th* building la 
ig * I J 0 ‘ Building and business may b* | 


H. A. Humber, Limited 


™we $10,000 

GROCERY AND 

/Provision store 

W^ 7 - / lo.*iad Turnover i*o no* s- nrt 


I i* si.ro HUiiding an* nutines* may ba 
N-» Tork IJf* lr.su ran-* Company ar* purchased with a reasonable rasn par- 
nf faring lean# at In* Interest rat*, wuh ntvnt A r**! uawortuoiiy. Writ# te owner. 
•••’ nimiibly paymcnla For full inf or- N->* •IM. roloaUt. 

" ~~ ESQUIWALT ~ NEW - TRIPLEX 


MODERN GROCERY AND 
COFFEE SHOP 


We-n-'Vated Turnover t m <w» Niork *n 
■ •Ml. Dill h«nd g iarantaed |4 lp -0 Ntnr# aqulpment 

, wnTth atonut ti V* Lon on butldin# 

• TOTAL - .... 

FRICE $8500 

Mr K#no#dy. Eva* , O WN 


A. M Taylor Spittal 
& Co. Ltd. 

IJt* BROAD «T. GINN 

Mam/wv R#al Estate Board ml Y 1 **urr 1 * 


FRASER BISCOE'S 

BOID TNI 1 WEEK 

CANCEL FOLIA WING 
UBTINGB 


STONE FRrtpntTY— A 3 Attr-MaijT snin S»nlai a family bore# *itn *'.# #cr# qf 
7 ARCHA-NT ROAD I, round, all liMa'.M Th* home fl.. 


1*71 RL'BL ROAD 

MO MAMrFIELD AYR 
HD OXFORD 


Wa hand)* all (Utsaa *f Insurants ss-ent hum, is r ...r J , r , -hr-uigh nail nJJ 

| "••-ftNN" wVh na* 'iftck flr*ci!ara gir.'nt- 
rnnm kft'nan *lrM far eleetrlr rare* 
twp-ptecg ba'hranm down, and t>,ra* ni.g 
— t'edrisovn* »*• b wite a large rin*n*« clt>v-t 

GONZALES HEIGHTS I STTaitt! ITviVsTV: 

OAlf RAV •*r<i»h Sifts By an H* **> Tri* 

UAK. BA r m-e.'lo-.r ** *yCra » rhl * hU '*“ U ""''I* 

S 3 ruler a family horn# «iu< *rte *cy* ql Price $6000 

#r Hinds all I.Mu.ui -rv- . _ 


F A ^n A *a^-JKMSS I COFFEE SHOP KENT RE 

704 Peni barton B,dg. Fhon. . H „ j -ft Dno tHH 7.. VIEW ETRECT 

I lot. 4#0OO NHA lean FUilPrlc. te earn **.:?£* . .P??* 


KENT REALTY LTD. 


MORTGAGE LOANS revenue home 

M ***» rout POOETEBN ROOMS. JUST COMFLT 7 HD. 

DrpiVlDUAl REQUIREMENTS .udJ^^irV.'^Iy ‘SltiS 

PEMBERTON. HOLMES LTD. ■ w«i?&5 n t2'& SU 

lo Bda aeis Colonial. 


N"» R H A lean Full wi** te oarn prir* inrluda. stock .»d 

OWMF. msgN •'! Canssano* Ac* U ITQt lass-" 

REVENUE ROME - a * flvtella oyvr lh* teltpAon* Far 

I jTOtlRTEEN ROOMX JUNT COMPLETED, f?' vonlsn Mr Fa*ell 
itt ASM of Vancouver Uiaad . leading L-viT^ci,#" ■»«'yviyv. cfirt 

industrial rantrev Fu.iy mud era ham# ron FVIr* XZO'OUu 


EMERGENCY SALf 
D BEACON HILL PARK AREA 

4 t'TTH AUTOMATIC APARTMENT WOW 
O 0**4 OFFERED dw* te lh* •mer|tn<jr of sever* 

Illness CLONE IN LAROE SELF-CON- 
TAINED ftlfTTEB LOVELY FORMAL OAR- 


UNT TOUR BOtjgB WJTB 

FRASER BISCOE'S 

BM COURTNEY BT PHONE BMII 


* Md mama. d#n, sta'l'm* ilfln# aiul i 
diring- mam »»>ad#rn ktl'n#n. ba»mer,t j 
with autemaUa heating p *n« It bav •# 

appraeteted** ^ $ 18,500 I 


Ft**** Sat f nr Mr Dr ,* Lawson 
• va* R %,1% 


OAK BAY 
NORTH 


BROWN BROS 
AGENCIES LIMITED 

’**• lUAW.NAPO BT. rhsMtlilii-l 


f-room, vp ie-ih# -minute bungalow r 
with full tesersenl Ail roams brign- aud f 

SSST^.. $ 11,000 


i AINKD KITn LOV ELY FORMAL OAR- » ^ I eparlmu • _ . , _ . _ 

ebano* to get 4 veil#* that ntU rint far I Mx LISTINGS WANTED Art f*» Mr r. y 1 1 ' 00 ^ A BARGAIN FOR SOMEONI 

.at lesvit 175 eaeto Far month AND th* , ir ^ I M nt " T *"•- ° 

prir* will surprip* yea H * NO KXAftOW- « _ _ _ | _ ™ ** 1 »• "• * *td-*»t*n. 

ABLE Be* Mr Dtrbi*. E lid and S 144 * 


IB 4 I GOVERNMENT BT. PHONE G 1174 

A. BERNARD & CO. LTD. 


I.'O" IMMEDIATE BALE - OOOOWILL 
* and funuiur* of puMt* aecewnung 

S u,|n iSf. J?*? 0- * ,n ** 1,1 ••n’fW k»**tunv 

Boi *y* 7 . CoteniAl- _ 


Urge and RmaO Araoaals for BaoldaoUaJ i * .J* 0 ** »■ Utlrkiy aspaU'sd dlnrlot. 
and Buainaaa Ft opart tea at M I ***** 7*4 L CMteniat. 


Fvogrwaalv* HJU. Building Loan* 

*4 «*« 

429 FORT JT. FHON! G 9J3S 
M WANTED TO BORROW “ 

11 ’ANTED — CLIENTS WI T S LA NOE OR 
vv small amount af maetev te lamps hi 


P°* * AL * - MEAT AND ORi^CERT 

n. iuv?t or *.'*w-. u !‘ <kl Z. pp 01 *^ 4nrM. 
Rulitflag nan to* isaaad. tea 7 B 4 L CnloniM. 

pox BALX— COFFER BAR. OPERATING 
4 ft*" •» spot. d*el*r say* I 
■Mg girt up ; 73 gau B n, 4 T 11 . Calan tt 

P°* • Al - B - CORNER ODOntr; 


NEWSTEAD REALTY 

LIMITED 

Raai Etteta and Insuranm 
T >4 FORT STREET J TT 

(Mem ter af tea Real Be at* Boa -41 


TWO B'S IN BUSINESS 
BAKERY SHOP 


A N OUT-OF-TOWN BUYER WANT! AN 
n apartmeni bo***, trlptea <n* rapvar- 


HIGH GORGE 


RUhad thriving ofrr B 2 U, i- bu’smem! 

Prcminan* 
' Thu T,r f Fvafitavte 


ID «4 A small bakery shop in a neavUy papula ted 
rdi ^ B,f * rt«'P«n#ni and the pric# 

FBI Inrluda* th* equipment and #o CA o 

•*oek Only „ _ __ $2500 


■tonal «r touvin*#* property -baaing *1 Flv*- room buna sloe with fufl bauterat ^!T, r . Thu vary pr«ritebka 

lOWKJCT/^M A f'r t I TPt after aU rip*»»« ar# da- and furnace *)•-> i« s *aar* room* “ • •' "PPiriflty for * 

JUHN3ION & CO. LTD. HmjF* ***** m •'•"* *•<* TT? * • #7^00 

1314 BROAD STREET — — njita m».^«Pl h*a sftsrte asterter. la titan a* a r,*w pm , r,u# X/ 3 UU 

A LOHa LIST or CARR CLIENT! AKB hM * Wlmad^ yy-janl laeludln# **o#ra nlvakta - 

A waiting for -vacua »r***rt, /**» ! »•»■« V/J 00 “ ' * ***”* ^ Poo 

I A—n— win, gu-at h***an. flu- Pte*a# Art for Mr R«m.e. •*** o *TT7 • “ m ' ,f ’ ter-meHy tn 


56000 T0 *8000 NET n~. . 

^ fted vauipsnmk, gUaB */!d X uJ}, , g TT.fmi #te a gpod #qp*rylaor thu kua.-nm# ftty. cSpblu^ 
quarter* O 1*07 ^ wit! par thn abort EteaUanl *qa 1 pm»nt i mi nrw^u 

Modarnt# rent Owner g v . rwt 

LN 5 R BALE— TEST GOOD GROCERY vrlahaa te gn Earn Frte# S I 4,000 

*__stete- Owte^ratfrln, Q ardasi i »44 p* rt-Bor.. tnfwm.tte. , c . 

^.^- AFARTMENT souse Ner « J* 

Si "k'ZT* ‘ JONES & SCOTT ‘ *• o«n 

* nT > 71 . 1 , * wniT*. iter al ■ * T * IN FEMES!* TON BLDO. <Wr4 ^ 41 * 7 - 0 / 


A long lost or caxb clients are «<»>»• * wi#»dM CToAn 

waring for r*tenua property tour — d/JOv 



HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL 

•CJZ fwJ: FAIRFIELD 


Al wasted AM ter X X 
O *30* Eva*. Balmont 1D-G 
rbargwa 


^ ^ -»" uu SACRIFICE SALE OF 5 ^- 755^^^558 HANDYM, 

BUTCHER BUSINESS COFFEE SHOP! ormT^L. *£JZ tb J: FAI 

Rate's a GOOD buyl Art/te BtrrcHER * profUab/a oofft* ahn* antn IT a*wits - Mao* bav u s wa 

RUBINM in on* of th* tem parts af Urn « »*^te U» nod Ute 'ten Mims M I>LEABE LETT YOUR ROME WITH t» «Uptet*d Fn na fbh 
rtty Cempteta with tending. g Q 4 r\r\ •?“ ** BEET OFFER Will aerwpt Hm f *** DoaglaA ■ <741 BaaletenUnl FWr quirk 

th* priAs M only 5 o 4 UU Yb*bo of teuiwmaM OImw makes sate 

q«iek**M tmparsUte RE I BT ER MAN X CO FW#te Art ter 

v _ Further PnCIralary wp M M*r*p « in, BLAN 8 HAXD STRICT RATE 

Ker & Stephenson, Ltd. U/i SZbSTS J27g&m w & MEH ARP 

MB GOVERNkfEHT CTRECT Cl IDCD DCA, TV MU ITCr i if ZUT Jff S tt ST 3 Urt m. 

Gm4mi 4177— Dug or Wight— OarUte 4177 ^^"^R REALTY LIMITED M#«te wi'b ua CS-n* year (U-iog i* 

7*7 TATEB BTVE 1 T A aavu BMUl'a ^b*M 0 S af a n.f « V 7 EW ETTUVI 


HANDYMAN'S SPECIAL 


Sturt IRM AN X OO 


GmAsvi 4177— Dug *e Night— OarUte 4177 


c*a b* 

¥ *** •* » 1 F> p«r 

* $4500 

irt ter Ur R euse* y. Q 0*77 


•OCR AGENTS 

A. BERNARD & CO. 
LIMITED 


A DUPLEX? READ THIS! 


w* gnnnoi a*u wur bn 
Hated wfc na P%a«* 
E4ldl end ton** f* b* 

af f Mltlted avpar', .end 1 


SW* MEHAREY & CO LTD. 

n — ‘.I " TW - - 1 — ‘ t II, An... $6950 


FRORE B 707 B 



/ 


HOI SIS I OU SALE 


noi SI S for SALE 


HOL'hLR I OR SALE 


IIOlsL* I OK SALE 


IIOLSLS 1 OK SALE 


IlOt&LS FOR SAIX flatly ColMUit Victoria, B.C., Sua., April 29, 1951 


$4950 FAIRFrELD $4950 . KER & 


r d*f-t IV flT*-reo» bUhgwV/W l • ’g VO 
>li)|-fMa allh .>r,*ni#oJ4l flr-ija-e 

t iftt *li* dining riK/m I fir*, »• « . twn 

•4r«MU aid ’u» r,-w» *- k • 

Cher. pantry, tor** !/■«.* MU>i'" • ■ ■ •*- 
leant, drum' funi*-e, |rp*irr #•’< «• 
Emit tr»«* ar.d *n.»i, irun J4950 

H» larm* Clear lit!* 

can car; o»*»n. a «:o» 


STEPHENSON d 

OPPORTUNITY FOR 
WORKINGMAN 


HAWKES FOSTER LTD. IRITHET — B425 1 

<U'x»*r VUU.-U R Ml | OUR tl(La 


ANOTHER'SPECIAL 


Ml* DOWN bakrv* •• ret,! I, 
attractive faur-ron !,urga w 
Hvlng-ranm with n,*;.le<- !wo to 

kitchen a-1 f.nr. try h •. ■ 

Bate, lmmadiata ,i< aiarnn a 
Frl-a J 

Burry #r ynu *111 te !»•.* 


A e-ter.u# prnp-r'f TWO 
not.'so- mi or.* iut la Vf 
tana w»»> oiocr- it>i* tiunir* 
hut BOTH |rr»u*J rant uu< lit r> 

anil a u.'; pfivlda luroise it 

• » I «« a )..:ua for vwntr 

BOTH fioum 

fur only -„ 


S5250 


CHARMING BUNGALOW 


S5250 


OAK feAY _ 
OIL 0 MATIC HEATING 
$2000 DOWN 


Situated tin ■ latum tor- 
I rr Iut * 111.10 flgr BlIeUlaA 
fi* rf<i%ht#wr,. Living r vm. 


ft, t Broom In ti'vUa&i lira* 

<?>ii4n throughout 
Hi* full prlc* only 


OAK BAY (EXCLUSIVE) 

4 Eqdrooms, Lcmi-Buogolow 

>« Hug that job Imt trco Idc.iiig t"f* 
U«A«(n anna a'uatu itcU-sungaioa. *n*ln 
| fianr Iji thrcugh hall, ua* llwiri. !*,#• 
llg|ug-raq« with k f nr u*k floor*. large 
i Cro wrh r r n*« I * 11 , lu i t«04»t ar.il 
11 Itluuii for tra.-i>-.tn U dc»lr«d. i«rg* 
fret,i iMrMi*, *-p»er» Pembroke b»th- 
wio, d«u. g-icx.iu t:*l«, »Ur»n.*» r»b- 
io*t k!'.rh*Ji, upstair# via aioeed »i*ir*»y 
*r* 3 lowly '»■#< heoruntna C»o*r.: tm-e- 
nff t iicr-*ir furnace piped 10 all rcon.«. 
i dr.it In g»:*gc. fin* garden parti? »-r - 
rour.dad ‘y h,ft> nc<jg*, ).*’•' • va.'ua ur.- 
• urpttit'1 *nd 1 Coot Cttaw $9950 


OAK BAY BUNGALOV/ 

i rc*o mb ri-ra puAvnryjsi a>d 

DCLiltOCU IN fiAbkVI -7 

(•.lut’.M on a ouirt lu »o=-» »w 

tondll o*t. *o«Jt I'l >e»r» mo and «»U cun- 
I ilrutltd Uimt-ntci'n. fu.l Blnlr.c-rtim 
■ un B*a-to-*n.i runt. cntJrti kittl-ca 
jut* ticik, f*nir wir-tit *i'. Vln*»*r i*4- 
rortB »ith %all ic-n.l e»raf.. Niuai no- 1 
I «ye M4r»om. fnur-i>i»ct I'rti'trok# l-ttn- 
r.i»in- Oat l i».t a a . .4 tantful.r OfcorasMt 
I rwi. kutmm wilh lurnu* n»at to all 
I rmnt nli* t f rit'faeo ulorroom titb 
atlra'lfia lirtplart • '■«! tr.iro.m. ttiali- 
| ItUitC itrTr i b>rt aod Iw i rfr.it- in 
| itrui, III Me COBitlUc ••'!? tank k^r»t 

' :,a ' r $10-500 


P. R. BROWN & SONS RESIDENTIAL REALTY 
LIMITED B 624 1 

Ktal Fit*!* and lnauranco Agtru 

M.mwr Rt .1 btotl Boara of VKWM* ^204 DOUGLAS 

nil BROAoaTRUT ° PLEASE LIST YOUR HOME 

*ruti«h*a i«m SQ WE CAN c£L L IT 

rii I \C"V V 1 * toan. m»urani*. at*. Ai J3M Poujla*. 1 

LUV,r\ T Olort* fcoloto 1b# F#y Cn*r> Doug. a* No 

Tn. Jour frlrnd. toW raU ,ou luck, .htt, U*. olllr Too* 1 * 1 b ‘* 

Ihty rtaint m# targain r«u art gtttlng * La t*uien.$m lot tnt oujtr no. 

*t>rn icu uu, tr.-i m* t-roam buir.i To 

prs»« thtr* ar* titli geidto otiportuoUlia M U A il'.P’ 

icr ftni r hunv#n •• ar# olftring juu iN.n.r^. * i o 

lut pU'urio'.u* il-aa* l -nga n» tiW’i- ... M r . p „ wrroEn it n» 

l»f rf Mung-rooei, <afeu.rl kll<*-»u »lli» ».. 0O« — CAPM NEIUEP. It W 

l.i.lng ipaci. tuu btur^iom* and anijit ~ ornt?P»riKAC 

r iri (pact. In# I .oc : i of batdao<>cl a:>4 O Dt UrVV^-VArVJ 

Hr a # li.uiaitd tn»jaua Duroia root. , -- -_-~ 

uulitv rour. ana/hro g*r»g» and Joitl, APPROX. 1 326 SO. FEET 

■ ard»a. T-.lt brm# t* wtl! *l!uai#<i and ' 


CABELDU & MAY, LTD 


:i:: broad amtrr 


"LUCKY" 


|U 004 — CAPfl NETDED. It t>M 

3 BEDROOMS 
APPROX. 1,326 SQ. FEET 


FAIRFIELD 

K#ar Rn-PnlKU rinrcea bong#:o« 
V.Lil U-'gt lning-roi'it. (Irtoiar# d.tiirg 
cowm. kitrbrn Mib.yon ar.d two n#d- 
rooau Euil Ha*«Bitru with tmi-w gar**t 
N^orcn $7350 

Mr Btnnrtt. lit* . O 0371 

OAK BAY , 

Snuth af W.# Attn-.'#. bungalow 

• un lirlng-roonv aiiiiug-room ktuiitn, 
3-p t. Oaiftruuni. I O#drooraa Rnt a n#w 


uni si:s FOB fcAI.K 


PEMBERTON, HOLMES 

LXUiTKD 

SINCfe 1 S87 

ESQU1MALT—FRASER ST. 
STUCCO BUNGALOW 
5 % ROOMS, PLUS 

IKIIA. built. 1n#ulat»d. 

I Ely# room* main floor, iwo up uaflfcUbtB. 
I Wirt d for r#i »• 

; Ecur-pl#r# bath. 

Full Uttta.tt'l 

COMB TERMS $9500 


$3400 


OAK BAY NEAR BEACH 


I J'rtt a ftw *ltp* to cat of Vi-*- 
Tilt burly Mi't-ro-irn tlur.^, b.i C g»,nW f jrit , utM Lwi'bt* 

ltiu*s P# ooid <|ui ■ *•,. fOtoptiun • .I A long, l-.w ran-Uiieg Lur.- 
tnruugli hair, largt flying- rw.tn ■ i<tn fir#- gtlr>w, ttucca with Uilrir a 
plarr. minroow off tan.llr * 1 M it: « »• r. f litt htik. llylng-rju-n 

room; toacir .i nhlntt aifihtn. t»u twir^ am* clr.lr.i rt >m «!ih bate- 
• ltd totdroou.i wtlh clot. tt rluMi* four- tnurf fic r« Ma*i»r b«flrr,.,m 

t it - 1 Ptnibrckt btlfir'i'im full ctmt-ll tirh f rt|l#rr ..rid lar a t 
utmtnt with Bu'uciatt- oil J;, air pli^td nrtti'r.g f.nn. « «-t. . ■ I al bo tot-4 
t, aut'.maii. gat I 


4rty#-ln gartg#. V»r* ian Mind# iHro.gi. 
wut. Ot* floor* In all in#ii yar.rr* Low 

Uin. 4H'i liiltitat «u toaiai • n» > g 

ti i» u a gin c ncnn 


.n- kl'thtn ord utullj r<|rm flat 
i ,, POT WATT * AUTOUATV.' 
, , |f OIL lfEATlNO Stparat# 
_ _ * 'rage Buirnunrttif by ttau- 


"YOU CAN STOP LOOKING 
RIGHT NOW . . . 
WE'VE FOUND IT!" 

If* an* nf in# brit-fifUthtrf gmreo bun- 
,aoi*. you.* tt*n aioantr* Th* II*. ny- 
i ruin ,« atiracUvtit ftnlth'U wttti I apt* try 
I ulatrrr and i.airi'to It l*a* a lottiy 
*llMt-a.'« and oa« Hot .f. Tb# dtt.XU u a 
'f-ds;i.f.# init by 1 '^.f and in *(.( »#«ll* 
I lit u«#d a* a rhlkl't tcdlNI* If dtylitd 
T>.* i» a»t»r *.tdioi«m U twia-utrf *l*» *nd 
WtdMI Jii) flniuirrf TlitTt U a lortlf 
faur-pitr* Ttmorukt baihruom >1'h Mgb- 
gli. • »nan.rl wall* Th# ftllchm l» 


bt it.abl# lit pnr# of ,OOW VALUABLE RESinENCEB 

^ „... Pita*# Call Mr- T Q. Oarb#. I*r* . E 113k 

OAK BAY ii-rocfT living • room 

uplands Border gorge special 

nVE ROOMS BTOTT.W3 CONT»TTlC»K Etcrlltnlly planntd WaJI-buiil. 4 j -room THROUOli HALL. PUkN 


OAK BAY 

uplands Border 


GORGE SPECIAL 


ln*..i# and out. Cltuattd dr*** to ‘b# 


t b location A 

rough hall. II 


If pl an tit m ’Mi <?’»** reMdtt.t al »r* ti.ouauon irnymt* through hall, .n.i.g- 
J.1AI a ftw I,,v«t in ieh>-.; Itach. gu.f f «* W'b flcrp.air. Ictil, kilchtt wiih 

aVd .l - u. t d *u - 1 tt r.Ut ild r.g d’r.tllt 3 tooc bmfr.ubta BUHty 

* *r#^ a'lh-.nich^hall * lo..r*. and attached garagt Vt,.,Man 

’ '' n **5* , r ,^ ird h ind* ttiau#h«njt, alto ou k.uhta rang# 

ir* ruOTi . * .t w. , .. I **• ■ a,. 4 largt tpact htal#r IDc.uotd Lot. ... [ULVT i,AKA iE 

. ^iub -' c • * ‘ nuT^i um. 

{7 r ^V.ra* fv ; ! 'narr' 0 r - -t v Ai.ft $7500 air - conditioned hiat 

rrtdt OAK r 1.0 ORB l IKE Nt'A' Pi#a*a Circtatl Mr. Ifrckly. E*** . B t«*J ONE - ACRE tOT 


TliKKE COUMODIOL'8 BEDROOMS 
POUR - PftCE BATHROOM 


rift prill, gardtn. Ivw laitl 

|J.S» will banrfif. b*lanr# •* rtcl 
Mr. Btnn#ll. Eyt* . O MU 

JAMES BAY 
REVENUE 


Call R*« Caatlmn. E»ta, E *4*4. 

ESQUIMALT 
LOVELY LOCATION 

Tht* b»#uilful I .com bun#alvw l* iltuatta 

»h a HlMf fi*l. 

Cltnt In achoc > and iran.poilafpw, 


and .firhVd gir^tVt.tl.an UTIUTT ROOM Cu... lo .clvoc-* and tian.pon.i.cm 

b in.it u lauil-t'jt, alto uu k.Khtn langt DAYLIOUT BABCMENT WITH FIREPLACE Four Mil-oor'.a'n#*! aultft ar.4 awntf* LimprUUlg la-gt liring i-pib wlUi nr*. 


•• ' a,JU •<*.», tie hot a i.tw hunt 

• btl-Ci ai d ha i an o.iltr typ# b*’h- 

Cail Bn, Smith. 0»36». fttnlr g*, O 4011 » » »»“**» " ^.°t w IU>' .t 

. ' . ' _ • r nartn and Iraivl' JAlIli Pf' - 

m A R Ja«*t«n. OWN, E**4. R#i. 130 • , , Ma *uh*iaht.ai 

j rath pavpirnt , 

Hir;M WITH A VlfW I. rt-i. i*d 


m A H Ja«*t«n. OI3M. 1**4, mi. r.ju 

HIGH WITH A VIEW 

D'.tra-aorftrn five-room >un»a; w In- 
t#»lor dacuraitii in a!'.r» l**» d» to 
Rattmtni, dritt !n gar#gt, oil (Qicn 
h«al A ln»t!, hnr-.t fr.r 5-^ Jw 

Call Btan Evan*. Ettnlega O Sitt 

lUliT-Cl I 

JUBILEE DISTRICT 
3 BEDROOMS— LARGE LOT 
DOUBLE PLUMBING 
FULL BASEMENT 

TMa dandy family homt la In lott'y ron- 
rftilun oulalda ai.d ha* a ntw Duru.d ruof. 
Ir.tlg# tntnpruty rtr»r'U r |-.i". I »*gt iTl 
with ff, fair-U, -Iliad l> R fcir*»'<ij* kH- 
rhan with cablntt pantry, tttr* toll#! 
Hpatalr* ha* ) larg* BA i with IT'l 3- 


$10,500 


»!»,. tnan.tf wan* Tt# klirhm 1* THItomHoLT mil <f»*H*ht Pa>tnit,-.t. 

tolRH'ILV » OHE4M . «ut .Irk. i *.. rlaJter*d lur-iac# Prat M a' ru ?' n ' 304 1 CEDAR HILL ROAD 

•mootfi rahinf*. wind fur #I»l rant* drlv# ir. gar-n and lovt!, gardtn haca - i run. 

- r.yy Inlaid ,KU» tr - tl *r* I* a »‘ a l ,r,« Iron* Tin* hnire I* ’n ImmaCBlAt# < I Q0O DOWN PRICE S3750 

%*»., t'lttnv RM-M off th« * iciirn wditon nc—iutd tr two aduli* and vluUU DLAVH rniUL jj/ju 

■' »rp . . THAT IBN T Al.1. . . . Yht fuM u,# market C 1 9 AOfi Two- room whlt#-*ldir.t bui g#lcw *,th 

nmrnt k.a/r-«tM , Bfctali}* .# drj*#-in Jot, %i I ^-OVJU , r . 0 a . plK4 bathruutn Th.r# 

a*' LO^IL Y LARor iWl Y pSwiUtU Call Mr Belrbor. B41S!: Rea. O JJbt it jatt undtr 1W atra* of guou land and 


CITY DUPLEX 


Ir. a flna h'gh foratlon *ur- 
►uundto i>y lny#ly garctn*. 
I «vrr agll# h«» intrant# hah, 
liv.r g-rru.m. rfining-room kli- 
etien. or t hfdr' >>m at d a 

• fit.t-pi#. « iiw'htontn L',o» r 

h*. ftTloi-raon, «» a 

btrlmrim kl*ih»n ar.d a |hr#r- 
n i#'t toatbrn'irn Ha* innn# 

bui’r-tn ftaiurtt in«*ul- 
A-rrri and with H a Oil a,r- 
eordMInntrf hta'lnf Af;,t 
r*'» ga.-agt and a full vtrvitM 
bt ttnit nf. Ooorf rtvan lit 
aaaiirtd Pri-t 


gaiaat, rtreUtnt fumac* ItbH room end , 
A LOVELY LA ROE FVLt-Y PDlibHFU 
AND PLAMTERtD ROOM -It lo«k» at tend 
a* anv livina-tworn ynu »t*r tawr and ha. 
a mild tV.ra FIREPLACE Tht gat>i»n | 
,oi i* leul uut Uv »tg«tairi* gardtn at in* ■ 
rt ar and la*n* i.ulto*. flowtra and tnnib# 
at tuitfi »,«#« »/ Un hotta# It* lotartd 

i in Haanlrh pn a ttrt Quiet *trt*l and ba* 
l«w tana Tht t> lc#. <»n Mrm* ef »3 90« 

, DOWN and **i p#r month $7350 

I'bQt-a Mr. F n'.tr. B 3191 er Rvti E »Jli 


OAK BAY 

3 BEDROOMS — TERMS 
N H A CONSTRUCTION 
INSULATED 


it jutt under I't am* of good land ai d 
t iu.ua ju*t ci,« t>lo<k *outh ot Dotnnir 
School. 

Contact Mr Burton. Jr. E**t., I 1U1 

BURNSIDE 


VIEW OF MILLS AND COUNTRYSIDE 

Thtr# ar# man, **;ra el • f»aiur#a 

Ir, till* hr n,t. *jcil •• tut IliMitt, (*lra 
»io»*;t Tf^ li» aiinn #.• v»ttd *nd a 
lo*t|, arrr of gaud Kill Thtr# art r>a 
cutup bun.ee around to chtapta 
thta on# 

ONE OF THOSE DE LUXE 
RANCH HOUSES 

NOT A BIG HOME* NOI 


tull* Imoiarulat# aenrfltiuo. not a penny P-* r 
ta tptnil cn H Orwa* monthly -Menu* Two large b#dnsc«>e 
appro* 1140 ijwntr* tuli* lr*t Th# Mtuiifv 

four toll** arw uuy Urni*h#« and .Hf t. . .. 

heated. Fua eii g- n n Vety ailra.il.# « p,t 

price J> I I <JUU t’tUl'y rc'*n 

A** for Mr. BennetC B*ta. 0 0317 , High ctt’ tni ba»*mt 


NEAR JUBILEE 
$2500 CASH 


li’.aelte and Tien >il •( ial cabinet klLhin 

Vrry aitra.il> t * pier a PaUirtcm 

L'UUl, ro«'m 

High cement ba»»mtnt 

Auli'oiatle roal aloker 

RADIANT HEAT a.to 

CHAI'MINO 8AFFMINT KCTtE ENltllELY 
hk.lt < tiMAiMb nullhf at »*k 


Thli l* a eery attractive bungalow eight Put artry gutgi* goiitery aioar# lent of , r an*Mrtat Irn » ,it crirt 
)tar* uid and rnmprUt# nice -»i*e Uving- ,j,jg reticence I* Oacctd lull of firtl- 


hkii.k • UN : AINCD raultng at 

| liixniLiD 

Older t*pe bungalr.w nf ft# large racmt ar.rf _ . „ , _ . 

ro< m and a email inn r.-'cai ill the % 1 3 -650 

kiichen iTtera te a lull bierroedt With hnt- PRICED AT . _ 
air furnace, nnl* 1 year* nld. diive-lp gut- ( .. ... . annatn'mrnt rail 

a«* Ntw Hut. d fOAf THU hm .e it e h- „ ' . ? a, 

tcsnttallv built and aiructural'r mur.d. 1 Mr M f» ulrf N<r» ar Deje, 0*1 
A Dm family hntrt with hlca bank gar- 
den and e'r»# l<» etort* ar.d g/rftn HlT.H Ol I AHR A 


PRICED AT - ♦.wrww 

Tn View be Appatntmtni rail 
Mr tl O aid. Eve* ar Lay*. 0*114 


$6500 H, ^ H QUADRA 


>\ h A ■ Juit free ' 5H!!t Srepiaca and hardwood Boor. Di.terning »to»i* rtc->gma- 

. Qtw r;rf M4 Mtnat^ ria« .. BT.^ 'm 

H-vi- r oN 4 P ‘brand N^ BTRrrT V wlatV^m** 

nwuTH tf CUT Af| I. VOVIWl EAST tranicertaiu-n anc g...4 a> -p- *• **»'«* i" 'j** «nt‘’*’7 •« Y.ctora carrj. 


FXCL LJSIVE LISTING WIME* on a DUASnS^^Hrrr l0 Tl ^ n . drlv , ln iar , t , cio»* 'eau.caoi# npricta*it 

tALLUi'Vt L> j i »iw\j rwniE tf CRT will AlOVimt EAQC Tlhpaf. IranapwrUima anc g-d ai p- *• **»'** lP 1 n . 

r -r li.irr IaaaCC DAV Tb» »t ,.rt» bungalnw rdnaMt. o! an tn- llln , frB irt Ninety land*, ar-rd |<n ■*. **r- *^1 •“ much perttma.lty 
J 1 2 51. J AAAt5— JAiVit J DAY i tianre and thrwugh hall an atTaetlvw llv- a , n »nh yg'lr'y ef fruit iff* T:.l* Inina 


$ 12,000 $,00 ° °° WN PAYMENT 


lng-rr>»?ti with firtpJac# and m»rt#l. riot- ha* tv bt *ttn lb be appre- u^qpa 
aue airnm-rorm oak floor*. Pembrokt gt^urf. F.-lf# 5 / 7JU 


dTOCn FTTuL Fit ICS for ttu* • room ,*•;*. vine* mt«ir ......i,™ 

SjoDU home in ttctlltnt ennrfltlnn laid lino. U,rt# nlce-elt# bedrrmma 
Hu room* on mala flour, and 1 room* up. , tpttmei'i. H A heat to all r»nt 
Nlrknt't f,if •» ta.t rf this large fiomt pr-,of **rv»- THE NH A PAY! 


OAK BAY 

BEAUTIFUL SEA VIEW 


bathrwwm catint! kichen with h»aif 
rang* airtne ntc«lr Dnfahed rablret*. In- 
laid lino. Uifta I'lit-cire barftanntf. Tull 
ba*»m*i i H A heat to all four,. Firi- 
n' of larva* THE N tl A PAYMENTS 


Pita** contact A M MUiar, «>*• 0*314 


MOUNT DOUGLAS 


Bn AND NEW I 
1. 1.700 BQCAJIB FEET 
3 ATTACHED OARAC-B 

3 OIL HEATING HOI • WATER 

4 IfTAVlLY INSCLATED 


Ca.l Mr Rlinktiucpy E 7114 |A cute little bungalow on I i K ta of 

1 gaiutu paiadli* 

OAK BAY SOUTH VwTh^rtT* ,,r ' r “ f * 

Her* l* an eetenitonally Rna 10- year old Lvmpmt kiuitn aid peek 
bur.galvw v*r, care’ullt l!>» t In br wnt Four -pit- * Pembroke batbroca 
■wner. on a quiet *tr*»t near ecltoci and i 
bu^ri Ehtran.a hall to fine H*ing.ro«* tement taicmenl 
with fireplace, rflnlng-ro-'m cabinet kit- Hot-air fume-t 

rhen 4-plrce bathriioni tw» toedrmxni with Bmatl-atie gum hr it# (ucktit #*ay la a 


A foytl* hop# m a Do# ln*a- 


Mirrr* h#*# been rtcraUy rwrf##arat#rf and APE ftt ‘tONTITLY INCLUDfNND TAXES s»w nltr# modem tlucco bungalow g«m- ■ CYHAMIC BATHROC'M for ra'ngt Drle 

I, out* la In good repair Plenty a! garden imratniatt raoirtilcn. CIO SDO PH* ln * Hmg-wm with flrcwlac#, iwo ' trnur . f to nc ai t tinman- iewng etc Ta* 

In rear and laWM In fruAt of prep- A.king pr'.ra 5 • Z,3U\J btdrarraa Fembrota bath modal cabinet • i ivfuii nook* *n#eJal value at 

trtv. T a*,« only apjiroa. »*« Very car.y i w.netll H **.1 • Pvte B 111* kltebep. Llerf floor* Situated an appro* IOOM. DRA^EB W LIVING • ROOM, 

poettulon car be given , CW1 Mr. HtOP*. “ *. “t , r-t. . » H wltft . nAr . JlS * I* »ET7 -- - 


cletrt* In th# full Minarnl a large -um- ecciurtcd *P-‘ U> the * tiara 
put rnnin »pl*»itred». with hrlrk f rtnlact. | muf CASH WU1, HANDLE 
• ir , and #Un large bedroom Heating bi 
hot »i> Conner piping Ihgooghmii wirM : r ** u 

foe range Drly*-tn garagt Garden and ' Fur Furtlier lnfaitriailri 

lew’ll etc T*»t* M* Thll U dthrMely Mr W. WcvOxy. gvt* 


$7500 


Fur Furtlier lnfaimailra c&nttrt 
Mr W. woodity. gvt*. u P'td 


••inly won * le«t at th# low J595Q 

CaD Roy Smith O »K*. fret . O *dl* 

I1UI-CI 

4-MILE CIRCLE 

I bvrfraeni i#ml-bnn«*low Large lle'ng. 
loom 1**11. op# a ftrgptar#, t»* f 
t#rg# kitchen tmoderry »»’.• n* A* 1 . n«# 
top. utility room off. On# l»d, r, a <1 

cluthea daaet- J-p’er# ban, T »u • 

uptialra. guorf ttte Raitmoit, drive -n 
garaga. New II A turner# L«'g# »*«'# 
gtraaa. ahtrktn hou*#, double i t Tain 
..A T.rma !.. S695Q 

can Cliff Or##». O MM O «'* I***- 


•>ovg On open etalrwae tw 
an* flnt.tiad liedrooea and 
epacw for ba 1 broom Full 
ba lament win, u a OIL air- 
ed heat g, lauodry 
tub* and drtvt-ln garage An 
1 ad I me hat, ■ • ■ 
r- leal well *• S •fil'r 
... ar. 1 . 1 : ‘ 

CASH will Itandlw 


Con tart Mr. Htnda. B »l#t. Day wr Night 

BANK ST.— GOOD REVENUE 
5 ROOMS FOR OWNER 


runnnnm unite 1 k#*ch prl*l.egt* FrUa._ JODVU 

^UBURBAN HOME approx is acne*, bea view. 

HATLEY PARK — 5 ACRES cordova bay road 

. Fleaa# Aik for WaUen Cark. Ev#a . I I»1 


$6000 I. a. - OAK FLOUR AND BIRCH WA US 

T ._ w U4 OUEST - BUB DININQ - ROOM 

t • COLORFUL AWNWOE 

.. - * RANOB WTRLNG 


.. $10,500 

Mr CTree, Ere# . O 4144 

OAK BAY SOUTH 


OAK BAY 
SOUTH OF AVENUE 
N H A BUNGALOW 


Brand n»w whit# ahak* IRrnld rnnf 
PICTURE'-WLrE B PTTINO AMID » ACRBR 


COUNTRY HOME 


■ tlean Tan# Dtnltnn 4’ta T^e hmad . k-, i. k . . .... 

Thee# ar# Jutt a law af lha Rrer point* parcrtmie * ewe from thli Dn# •- roomed ' 

that can t* actually teen. buL b#.l*-* u* modern hem* In a c'larmlrg *e*tl-g a-» r *P m * 11 •' * 


5.500 


MAGNIFICENT OAK BAY 
HOME 


A beautiful el*htif«H.in e'ue- 
, a family home In a perf#*t 


e / nen •* reality nome in a periw* 
iOVjU l.icaUatt With ».r»i of *#a 


can CSIff Or##». OHN 0 43'* "lu/ rAV/. dan? 1 larg# 

1 dining mom, kitchen *l!h 

TV/O BLOCKS OFF GORGE 

„ py>CH be-rtrnori'. and a l aih- 

Beeen-rwnw* hou##. all on ar,# floor r ,„, m „„ J(4 , ti ar dend 

IrvtdC-roem. tl a 14. Dreplar#; thr#r N-d- r ., AimiMATIC HOT 
romna and clothe# rloaeta; eftra llvlr.g- vi »|>:R HI4lrvO. Orrci,- 
room. II * 3't flr#t>l«>» kl’rher, with nil . »hruu» *> d i 

rang*; plumbing for Bendl*. brea-fa* f u > wls lean# 
room, tail Appmalrnatrly one *. r# ot 

land, lannta gpurt. net and mark*,, with /-vveri u i mi ti 

a#P#r#t# garage tonl hou»e rhicken nouae LUVtLi Ur LAI 

K5.fi;,, *""" $5500 RESIDENCE 

Aik for A M- J#ck*on. 0*3*** I103JGI . .... In • real;? 


HAWKES FOSTER, LTD. 


Ill* DOCOLAS 8T. 


PHONE BltOt 


$19,000 


s n,ooo 

Call Mr llep pell, B 4341. »,e* Bin 

MONTEREY AVE. 

Two year* old New eomHUon B;t-ro«n 
burra'.ow a o^e-fii>ne plan Through hal, 
a ntr# llylng-room dlnir*-r'«>m. oa* flnor*. 
r -ririe cab' kl’H.en Hie «ir,k. Ihrew 
Red room*, Pmbreka taihroor,. inlaid 
rnaa, blind* a but:? high-rening he*#- 
rrmt, eypendve hot wa'rr automatic far-# 


ta.en rnt. furnare with air cinctuoner and of the inon healthful dialMcM of goed I for ■ g,v*rf Vome few ,4 year# 


rhrj*l»r oU heating unit. Diltt-ln .garage, and eohtgniant lu irurapoftation 

eir Owner atailng city *o quick aal# w# f.y U |ta wtlB II,# cxc.u*,*# a# i 
lrap#r#ttc». C 1 O /.HO and »a can taka ynu through thia *n*cr,t 

Bom# lermi . J> I A,UUU , i um, at an* run* uf d»y you de 


we'l-OIolt iby Revr»rrunh« b„aga' 


mod- I Fireiironf d,i>* in garag# 


ull-O- Matte heal 


Flea** Conran Util Cnur'nall. 


# quick aal* W| #r# *uh thd eic.uii*# a* « Fir# Urge Heing ro<-m with • fr-o| r are. 

£1 9 ADO and wa can taka ,nu through thia ahier,’.- *;»>• wind- w. log firep ac# dining-room. 1 

I L,UUU owner • r ,une #t on, lime uf day you de- rah|r#t ntctien with *pe, ial i.nek o*'r- , 40 gaitoi * 

tall. O HIT »ire W* enjoy ehowtng any home- looking tl a water. 1 large I,erfr«"me Full g..,y a* y ,, 


ye#. er through wno t* icnnualv interetrcd rU.terrd ba.emar.t with Urge rumoua or ahrutia 
In a tioma ratreghingiy diflerrm Item bedrnom. tolle*.. tub. ample rupnuardy 
»lnlld (pea* In a p,.d' row taouir* I Drier tr garage OII-O-MatU hot air. air 

PRICK FOR d i * -rcri vwHHHpntng. glegtrle hoi wafer, large tank. C 

CLEAR TITLE 5 I 4,/ jU waterfront ino wind'. Highly rerom 

mended horn. $ 1 2,60C 


• alactrle dnmetilc bet a a ,r 
240 all In la an* ei •> akM'tkV 


$15,500 


II 040. Bacrlltf# prira 

Ait tar A. H. Jackion, O *l n « 


LOVELY UPLANDS 
RESIDENCE 


JOHNSTON & CO LTD. 

A afwwl garr**h. all latiead TtilA bnm* t* 


A*k far A H- Jackion, Oil"! 1 1 on SJ I A yy#,* etunro hotna tn a re»Uy 

rh,.ii • lo allon lla. ciiiran-a 

8 ROOM GUEST HOUSE 

_ want, fireplace a gueei-aUed 
Fully tatawlalad. alt condl- ath fjnn rimng-r, .m klt-l.ae wired 
tinned furnace w* 1 E,V/yU fnr g*,,g* B |,e twin-rt»'d b»d- 


EIGHT L H K. SUITES 
PLUS THREE ROOMS 


Far owner. Term* 
And wffera 


$12,500 

t*37 tf) 


GUEST HOUSE 
ROCKLAND AVE. 

p-Jrrw? 


»onm an-! a three -pie#* Fem- 
bfnii# barbet-om dna,n. C'naad 
••airway lead* lo tan Len- 
rnnina and a 'r.ree-pleie bath- 
room Pembroke, UirmiI 
h.-.m-nt gtl'h HW, OIL 
' IfYATTNll heparaie garage 
Ha. a patln and mart, wilier 

feature*. $20,00 0 

OAK BAY COLONIAL 


|E*t*blUn*d 140H 

COMPLITB INSURANCE QERVICB 

JUBILEE— $2000 to Handle 

If-re t* a neat HUM bungalow in eireilettt 
repair, with theta go'd leatutg* 

111 Den allh flreplact. 

Ill Llttng-rwnre a goad lilt 
• ]i 3 tetraome end 3 pc#, bath aff eealrg 


A grww! aardeh, all faprad Tliia P"me i» 
juat Ilka r#w Quick poaeeaemn C<ft t# 

S- 1 A 90041 $11,500 

For Further Infnrmatlan. Mr L«vitt, B 4331 
Ref, E4H4 

OAK BAY 

mnn FosmoR or nr* RrAimnyi. 
uplands wxyrc- t H ftm sro rooms 

DPR. DOIT1I.B PLUMBING 


OAK BAY 
Exclusive Listing 
563 St. Patrick Street 
(Inspection by Appointment 
ONLY) 

5 DELIGHTFUL ROOMS 

Only • few yr»r* «lfl ar<f lo he*iar-than- 

pea randitlan. Very choice, large garden 


ASKED: $7850 

IN QUADRA DISTRICT 

BUILT OR » LOTS 
BUILT 1* YEARS AGO 
NOW IN NIW CONDITION 
g-ROOM STUCCO AND BABF.MrRT 


t'er large -ant Call Mr tawtnar 

lllglil, rerom 

$12,600 "EXCLUSIVE" 


Mr Cntr, tea*., O 4J44 


OAK BAY 


FLORENCE LAKE 
LAKEFRONT COTTAGE 


-.nr M Mill, invninny Bltualfd on let IP *WT 

UW IN NIW CONDITION Mr.dern ranrh - qtyla bur, gain# nf Dee . . . , 

-ROOM STUCCO AND BAhENtrNT Urge r,'om* and a utllltf rtmm. Atlarh- “ v "k "; n "' 

ROOM AND CARAflF IN BASEMENT *»rag» OII O-Malle atr-cnnrtillonlng Cakto.el kltcUeo tfuUy air-de.-nued 
HAS A CLEAR TITLE NOW "» W * 110 " <1 1 ,500 '' ,eTnt ‘ r ' 

..... riN . v Irlca J> I l ,JUU Ihraa-pteea batt.rnom <*howart. 

T **“ U ‘ ' Mr n-ra reantn,. f »5t ' on. riANOt INCU'DBD 


| 14 1 La rga. bright kitchen, 
i til A ll.lrd b»t!tcurn Iwr dining ro«mi #B 

the kitchen 

ill Full ba**mrnl, piped Rirnaca. Dureld 

mwf. 

m Tiler “gar acn with fruit free# and 

berrlaa 

• It TAXES CFli, # chAA 

| FLU. FRICB only - 56JUU 

Mr Reblneon. B *318 


Seven jfftelr room, a charmltic home an lot. Har.d*ooia 1l»tn« rnc.m <!*«I8, with PAYMI.MT MADE! 

. a he. -life IN. built br a trailer Builder g in,pta of ecaa*. Mail .m *!*• dihlng- 
-room) aff , , h - l( a |i r ar.«lya Urea HTtn*-n>ocn rnotn, *p*c!0‘i» eniranrt hall. Urge twin- Ju*t raw Inquire or. thia nne and we haltrv* 

(• rvn i..(, a #r and ■,!•»’-*:«• dining- bed at** bed.-ontn and on# medium klr* that ar tart ehow you the bt*t e*!u« in tla 

" Lssr kn *~ E^r^wqriX 

oa * axAw 

. aecnQd batn- NOT-RATfR IIEAT1NO , Owner*. Having Canada, will a#H tba fur- lUi.r.g 

^ATnn BYWTFM WITH OIL-O-M ATT' A full nlhttf a!ao. tf dailyad FracftBglly rew 

50JUU ."a.mrVr. Tne ..’den la .eel, Med and figMair, rafflgerator and aNetric yang. $6950 3 BEDROOMS 

I . . a 1 1 . am ahe. to^b-ae nys. Allured At birfl&lA Drlfd 1/1 D Ilf C.h ft 7 wd\J %J WLUI>WWI»'J 


N » il#p« K1/p Ivilkn, C 1 1 Rnfl 

*'" f » ^ ' 1 »3UU Three. piece bathruom tahowen. 

Mr Rrpa Kvantng* f Wii OIL naNOE INtTUDI D 

N,-i J ,>• a • e»« m mlltfi belt can ba 

WALKING DISTANCE n,,a "• •'*' '* * w 
Oil-O Malic Hot-Wotcr Heat ! ruix frics $3200 

, _ Apple E i Jure* or 

At'ea tlr# four-room etucrw and tolllttf I o Mai,. .net S>e*. Lei 1*4 W 

r-mrn Ren, rata gaiafe Firttv gerdet, 

Sir-* $8500 BEACH DRIVE 

Mr Hep*, rveninga B 8034 UPLANDS 

DUPLEX. — FAIRFIF1.D PANORAMIC VIEW! 


HAS A CLEAR TITLB NOW 7.,,'^ -•••->■-. f S0Q 0, " ,n 

taxes riNir a*s ’ * ' Three. fteca fc 

TAXL8 unir MS Mr „ rp# tr#olril tw -g on. n a NOB 

OFTTRS WILL DF CONSIDER ID ON Net J a • 

PRICE IF BU8BTANTIAL CASH WALKING DISTANCE I ll>»d IB 

JUM raw Inq^or tMe^Ind hallre. Oil-O MatlC Hot-WotCf Heat 1 niLL PRICE 

that *e cart ehow you die Pf>t ealue Jto Ilk* Ari^-.t.. .»«,#* .rd i.ntliv I « .. J 


MHO conikiar Olfcr*. 


NEW— N H A — 4-SUITE 
APARTMENT 


Cinaa I" Of O Malic grnd 
raver.ua. 814,000 la handle i In ate, tan aiiitr tied room# 

1114 0 land a four * i»le,a Fernbrcka 

__ . , .. ... ... . tiled batt.ro it, H*row„od 

Far Any af *ho»a Aek fne * “ Jarkmn. tf fftU t*e Th- full *- 

• 1308; Bvanlnga, Belmonl 1710 , m,< • bM'inent ha" an *t- 

• ratt'va ramiiui ruwm wi'h 
rfllDODICC I f Irani* e AlTOMAHCOIL 

5URrKI5t 1 H PATINO, air - rqndMWM rd 

• -W,- and n.ai.y orher fin# fea- 
Yau gura win ba aunirieed when i ah’-w |lirrt Hrr , „ , b«a,* 

yeu the aarepilonal value affared In thia y,. f»mt:» that aanta 
madam 4-roo» etucea bungalow Ornnd U „u\\nt dlfferanl 
LR with oka ft and 11 W. Iluar. Two 
be dr an me. 1 pier* bathroom and a veiy 

• uracil** cabinet kllrhan iCydna nil raitg* i/r n O I 

intluded). Dry batamant. piped furuarc, rvCrv Oe _ 

laundry lubA drtia-in garage Me* garden. f T rnuCMC/ l Vil 
gtl te.ee. Baeluaiva with thia aff.ee * rr. STtPHtNbON 0 

Full prle* — $6600 Member Real f,lata Board 

Call Johnny Jamee, O 8I0« OOVYRNMEWT B7 


<|D3in) • den With flieplara. # gU#*'- 

*t{#d dial, g-ri-um a muaern 
1 M 1 1TF ■ 4ni»ei at'thrn witli til# *l..k. 
• JU I t u » lf ad for range and a break- 
. fax n tettk. I -sundry fuoai n If 
v I I . tli'hrn An o.#n H*:r*ar 

. to a beautiful ma-ter 

tf TH t-d-wnm atth *»• rlew. Urge 

iOUiUV-liJ ,!#»!«, t«u nUier bedroom* 


$23,150. 


$2000 DOWN— 5 ROOMS | 
CITY 

Ale 8-rnnm bungalow hat Jl*l been rrwlg 
radecnraied thrnughout and l* !• Uvely 
eanditlnn Crmariaet re#en'|nn hall, large 
L R with fP. family -it** tl DR. 3 «w,n- 
ciiarf BR'a with CC a. bright *t lien 
wired tor electrte ranee Cebinel panrrv 


Member Real I, lata Beard of Vl.tarla 
HI OOVYRNMEWT BTRXBT 
O *137 Dag er Night O 4137 


FAIRFIELD Reduced fnr quirk 

FURNISHED BUNGALOW p> " ,# 0111 MT ** 

Within waning dlitancq AND WITN ^ — 

t a xt s only in# Rithet Con 

j l Mudera et'ireo conetrutUes (4 room* 

pluet. I Mem bar Real Bat 

1 Fu.l baannant, B»w piped furnace. ... w#-,«»-r «— prrr 
a«tf4 furnUhed bedroom a,»o Uundry ,0 * ™ 

I trtr* 

8 6<pa:ata. earlly -arraulii.a garage. — — - 

e fmitl lev* ibotrlavarderf etmati. 

I New and nearlg new furniture tneloda*'. 

Ntw comutnatUn radio - nhonoaraph, . ornki 

n»w glrctrt* ranyr alaw ••" *g« burntr. A rjfcKlN 

ere 3-iK* (Iteal»m*id ault*. 3 com- 
piei* Hoi. rw nod bad* wttb iprtng-AU*d i I k 

matirnec*. 1 maple bed with aprtng- I- If’ 

fi led rraitr*** dr*»*lna tanlr*. c.heei* 

I of drawer* carpat*. drap**. mirror*. • 

lampi. flt«*<r*cn. batket and dnga- 
In annrt *U the furniture af a 1-bad- 
r-nrn tolHMC WE AFJTIECTA 

| * AutoniaUe aleatrlr hwt-waier heatar. 

7 Three-p.ee, bgtb «ff a.nlr. hall | f,,M * pb<1B " U * 

* Special irenUnft ah-oild ba made af the 

max, e bail ream with a bug* elnaet and , ate tA| k 
a dour from th# gntraoca hall J I J 'Atr 

». AND me hvlrvg-roOro it lovely wan OAK B 

t r'»n'li door*, bfl' « fireplace, poluhed 

to,, at land carpal*,. A riT . B D«Mf(unlt 


s a^SSSS - ^ $6950-3 bedrooms DUPLEX— FAIRFIELD kanukamilvilv^ 

,-e- .1 tree., fruit 'reel and fewer. A RbUbSIS vali* i yCQ nf.ANFOim AVKNtTB ARE A -10 yewr-bolit Up and down duplaa cloa* ta Rcare,, Mill A h •* rb,n *’ k' 11 aUl 

a, re -eparata gerage tf 1 7 QAA ‘ ' ,edar atdli.g hon e un J nice Mi In add!- p, r g ,, d alutfi Inur haa b,»*r lull* Larg# rrmyi'i Q »•’ 


Radured fnr q .irk a, 'a $ 1 7 ,800 

Plena C*!l Mr DavlU. B 4341. Rae . t *»4 

Rithet Consolidated, Ltd. 

(Member Real Fetal# flowed wf Yiflnrla) 


BRENTWOOD 

SPANISH-TYPE BUNGALOV* 
LARGE LOT— OCEAN VIEW 


U„n lo ih« garage In tha btotmetit there < ..m-.ruing „r a Hem# room dinlng-rmran. wtd* ewceuii.g *>•*<!•* leadina la unr.er 
14 a bit wortlfmp annul l* fe*t Wide bv tvl / badruuma gitrhan ami bathroom Haor B " * uvpn 

34 feet lone flaaional,.* taaea or ontg 841 « , hM o.# nMn ..,e.# nn t.«n«A a.--i. _ . . 

Situated n'wr few In a high location. 


most B 4381 


Ptucco bungalnw ror.talr'rg 4 room*, beta 
m*nv, hni-air furnare. large eeparata gar- 
age Larg* handenm# living- rfTCHA 
iwo. A real bargain . i/OUU 


A. BERNARD & CO. 
LIMITED 


WE APPRECIATE YOUR LlSltNOS 
F.eaaa pboea u« let prompt alleniion 

515 FALKLAND ROAD 
OAK BAY SOUTH 


JAMES BAY 

SITUATED 247 ONTARIO ST. 
Phone for Appointment to 
Inspect 

$1250 WILL HANDLE 

8 room#, baeemerl, fu-nare. eeua-aie gar- 
aga New roof end perfect condition tr.- 
aide. Ii*at bloc* in (flat r jet- rfc~rcrr 

Heal buy at 50/ OU 

ALEX. G HILL & CO, 


A rava opportunity U wru!l » Wf «• g}q VIEW BT. tRnem #:*> 


18 Th# elmrte cailn*! kltchan ta aura traotire am»U h •• In • Sl«trirt rr-icb 


ARTHUR E. HAYNES 
LIMITED 


Urgr. 

II. The third bfdrnnm in lha baaemrnt haa 
rarpelad floor and plaatwrarf walla 
Th# naner watting to r#loln her hu«har.d 
In the F A? T haa favored uy wi’h an *t 
clntUa Hating (of lh# aungalnw and fur. 


favored and whaie bdn.c* at# WUHMQ i 

in lha baaemeni ha* ' *>*t,an> hot Ur fnfeQ »*» •»« j# »»*lf 

plaatwrarf walla a rroundlng*. •» have tba -acluilv# If' 1 rf 

i _ ... huahard f, ‘ r • »«*■»“*• MtoCCW bunga.nw 

M.e.W aaVf*;. JuU rablhet . er., a kll.lmfl *'« uipitv. 


APARTMENT HOUSE 


Agvcl; Wa. <RUH Hauptrtlarh 
•*-Naur- Day ar Nlfht Fhana. B 8341 

RESIDENTIAL REALTY 

I3C4 DOCOLAS 


KENT'S 

"CHEAPER BY THE DOZEN" 
4 HOUSES 
Count Them 

FOR THE PRICE OF ONE 
CONVENIENTLY LOCATED 
SUBSTANTIAL REVENUE 
NEAR ST. JOSEPH'S 


L'petalra a three-room «*lf-contal«#d auHq n ... 

ranted at l» per month Full ba^- t“kla.*. flccnlaca and 

meot with Oilw-in garage. New hat- . . . _ 

e • ' • *. e . ! • a , . i tot lei f q t 1 ' • 

end ehnaer Prlta 58400 | '• *»»U» -•»*• «•*■- 

Tarma 

Mr Hop*. Bvenlnge. B 8*34 


Cliaf ' g rfeawl-ig r<v m wifi. fl'.,..tii# 
Fieri' (• door* In lar|« famtl, <vr.- 

Ing-ftowpi 

Ftollir r udvrn kltchan, wired fgr elrrtrla 
rang, 

H|.i>ar floor haa fuur large toeiiionena- 
T»o Feaibroaa bathr»«,n.g. 


ABSOLUTELY PERFECT 1 tV, ^7m7«w 

Iraida and gut Twa yaara Flva rwama Fun f » n ’*nt tl'wril 
• ad rum pue, modern ttucro. nat roof and Hut-water haail, # plant and nil burner 
hardwood floor* wired for e#'-irie rouge K .... ...... *- , .... 

iThrmigh b*U. LB 21.14 with r P. and ** 0,r * U « ,rM * *" u ** 7 ' *'* 

Inyelv picture wlnduw, DR. modern well- Beautiful, e*t)-u>-aeep garden, 
arranged kllcben. 2 good II R ’a ar.d a 4- . 

lilac# bathfie-m Ful, hign uaaem*ut. hot r ° T rul1 Partiru.ara ar.d ippoiMrr,#nt ta 


eiaarf BR* Wim cr ■ nngna cutty# luting (of tha auna* -w and Ur. ' .'■iih’aaiae.'Lir ed ««* INCYeMF Pin MraWTII OIL-4V Tr»,a 9 rnmfMruklg famdy br.-ea and 

- $8900 ; , • 

iaTny" V..M V- “a • I ‘ ‘ • ' * ‘ Mr Dltkl* 1M43. 1 34,0 tU iir. '«•!.’ 0-MaU'^'^’-Qi'e*bmit»**TB, AT $15 750 ** nl “ " M, “ 

7 v: J,.,... . , . Mpa#:aua room# acn fireptara in ttftay- i.a«rmeM i,.rh and fn'i ewpinMta an evte* a*.i.a J) I Jr / JU •n* kargevt haa * bt.g'.t roeou with 3 


Kaay urma an baianr* rf /l9n 

Full fertr# anly 

Call Rwy Bmlth, O 8»08 fy*a . n anil 

(I0I4-CI 


$4200 ...r.rSa’V.VV.SU '«*»•« •' "«»«■ 


TRIPLEX — $1500 DOWN 


!•<> nr tht*# tut," bafi-r 
] all planted in »*,-. 'eloea 
I ditlon. Taaea t*t 
Pnr a 


In avra'.lar.t ror- 


$7400 


BalJinrw •» IM month!* ar# lh« »*imi 
Faeh af tha threa aultra ••* ermpior'y " 

Hlf^talnM Buinmall. M.I 

%r£&' a $87oo »*• 

Cat ttna Itu*. Fven. O WM <1031-0 waamch Dru tn 


-/ v v i •* an KlitK — New while »:urco bui-galow 

• « I,.r,., F»'*r r ••-my Ct 11t|i-g-r,w>m Wi'h firep'ar# 

mnlrtriv • nrt ha'dwnvd floor Two hedrooma, oac- 

* p.;,, ,,.i inet kltrhan. Pamkgok* baihro-m foil 

baaement. fi.rnaeg, dri>*-1n tf n/riri 

$8700 5/600 


Fr.ur room* Pem- 


1111 BROAD NTR EFT 
Day Phone#: B 8343-1 1141 


CENTRAL PARK AREA 


hltemer t huh and f'i'l rnplnluk an evua P',t# 
ru.ni and U>a uauAl 4lnr# ro«im, Separate I 
ma chf : garage and a mr-at attractive gar- , 

| den Her# la a charming heme certain to | 

. aruaat to all who eta tor Qlantllrd r»m I 


A BUY — 8 ROOMS 
OIL-O-MATIC HEATING 


foil able cute! *o>d lovely rf • -j nerv 1 2!’ 

gurrr. .ndlnga price J I J,/JU ctriRB IN, un MONT AVt 4 Bedroom* FOR ONLY 


Tli# large d haa * bng'-t rounu with J up 
rented Two other# have 4 r plua 1 
pamry a, rt bath a .d a 3-ro- m raktn and 
• • • • i 

tr nn'h Thee* muat an be arid together. I 
Btr MI-'RKYl a i n eaa 


$10,500 


|\i*wed b, appointment A ° 

I ifc.wn Full haaen er.t, garage Nice lard- 

JUBILEE DISTRICT h?,Tb t,00t *" m * " ,m * •' MODERN — SEA VIEW' 

TTi'a fire family home af I’ve ro*>tr* 1* well (offeri Invited) $8400 LUXURY 7 POOMS CITY 

wouh eating Of alnrrw aontirtocHon and I u u J v.i i i 

well de :raterf th’-e hoc,* tompriyra livtcg- I ROYAL OAK 3 ,i-ACRE CYTD1 V/AIIIC 


Mr Lnreon, E>*« 0 0384 


MODERN— SEA VIEW 


ROYAL OAK— U-ACRE 


A M. TAYLOR SPITTAL 
& CO. LTD. 


hr*** btthtfiffn 0i*#nvtit Ktw furnirt And U»ff. fi?t-room # AluecA 6unf* nw pom. diMnt -r^m, i»rg« tftbJfr+l WUftfft, 1 

Dll# ! lo Ail foxitTaA Tin ThU !■ r. i llvlrf room *tlh Clff pli» ♦. dlrtUf. rtblftM iwn trorwr.i, f - rt bMt!>r*ont a*h.J a STW KAHCtl BTYlM WHITt GTTTtTl 


EXTRA VALUE 


O *?*» O lk| 


|||g BROAD STREET O 

Member Beal «au ta Bat’d t* b-' 


PAGE'S PICTORIAL 
REALTY 

TN FORT BTRBTT ■ 

SAFE FROM 
DANGEROUS TRAFFIC 

We ar, indeed ferluraU In ba- *f • 
Brw mnd.rn »-ro-,m etucefe feut *»„>• In 
OAK NAY (n>‘e lor YOD t»' rn ‘»» 


,v bniieai » but yrarm. eumfnrtab.e kivhan two bedroom and 3-piev» Pem- 1 art an nr omit. Automatic nil heal a 

« arbolnmndallof •• a ,rcy renermbbla bi.ke t-.aihro*>m fuil baaement with hul- j baeemef.l. There* gU too If )»•) « 

- (o #y ellei t eeinrfl'tnu, and all ready 1 air furnace, met lawn# and ga'den with Nepira:# garage and gowd gllfn 

ya trrfu Akiut half tf A'Jf\r\ ,r ' ut • D< * amail frwiu Uaeely gae ranee fruit trea# U-od l#*tn* rfr 

i« handle Price 9^*/UU all eet up and you can move tn at one* aj gnly wC 

#,k ,,r w J 1 ’"** Eiii) ■>*"lnsa- pull pri*a (with fermai $7850 | r-nonnw wfad 

nrtM ok for W S l]()J I ... T-... .. u. v\r., ■ >1*1 UV/KUUIN DLAU 


w.e In #«.-eJIei t mndl'ti 
• a m.'va tr-e, Akiut hall 
ea»b it hand'# Price 


t race *,fc fnr W Jpney B i.wij B>e>,(n|a. 
Tleaea a«k for W Jor.ea. S 8391 


iwn or ire,";, a, * u eai-.,rw,ii ■ . • , ii am* whih . rj , A « »• 

art amroum Autnmatir oil heal a-.d lud HITMTALOW ,,f 4 1 > ro-,m» with Oll-O-Matw 4 DearOOfTlS AUfOfDOflC Ull 

baaement. There • gu too If ju«j want 11 hotlna N 11 A bull' attached garaae 

repeat* ••:•<• and gowd ga in with i 4-mlt* cirri# oa but Una. A FINK Wfl l.- TM# beauiirui i yeae-uid fc ingat&w vie 
fruit ire*. U-od l#*nv* tfQTCn BUILT n* iVK f» 4"« IUN- rf O E AA T 01 ' 1 *' d "nnut,- 

587:>u r.-u. ftucb $8600 ^ 

GORDON HEAD CEDAR HILL DISTRICT Sffl 


• ir heating electrte hat waiar heater end 
litre rampu* rnom Driyf-ln garage The 
lot 1* In lawn and the Inflation I* trtgh' 
wi'h elb-w rnom or newly payed ilreet 
amid gnnrf h- mc A »u*l for tha •»•■•- 
lr.g home purruargr g y i a/VT 

Ttrma. Prir* ill. 4\AJ 

F Marconi, B 7174; Pn O »*H 


NEWSTEAD'S 

4 BEDROOMS 
HOT-WATER HEATING 

Ft i.rp •emt-httpgai.w, main toot 
anny.allag nf farga hying- ro-rn 
w. h llrwr ace dining - roam; 
l 1 uugh hell allrtien ailh la 
•tak. iao Mdruoma and modarn 
bauirwri'. L’p-’aue there are too 
■(•re baderw-ne Thc-e la a good 
cvoirnt baaemant w|rb drive-in 
garage. Large garner lot #>l'.h *a- 
Ciwdrd garden. High larat Ion allh 
f imp*# pr the *aa Vary c#,y 

.arm# A . Mu. $ ) 0,500 

FawgIL Ev»» 0 4M2 

OAK BAY APARTMENT 

Fflor •e'f-ermfalPad tullea 7wa J- 
MB auitaa wown and tea 4-room 
•' a* up Pulley (untlyt af being- 
rPoai, kucher- and ten bcdrmine; 
I- arc (>aui room Ten aeparatg 
bat*tr>eci4. wit4> avtra tr.iJau and 
h i air fumarea. Styowing apt -■ »(- 

rr/m. 1 iamy* ,t,r $9500 

Aak for Mr Colag. B 7181 


laypect Uita Inly Inveir hnn,« 

CaU Ur. Dirirh. I yea B 7T7S 

HIM OQVmr.MBNI STREET 
Mtmbar Real tataia Buaid af VirtorM 


G 8 1 24 


714 FORT STREET 
f ygnlrga. I !*31 


THE ROYAL TRUST 
COMPANY 


OAK BAY 

On a qw!#f annoy itmi. an older tvp# »- 
room bungalow. Hall, very largt Hying and 
dlnlng-rncm, iradacr.Ued tltclian, 2 bad- 
room, Ai-v' , ; U room. Hut-air Oil-O Mauc 
heating Ni--# gardan, gwud aurtuur.dn.ga 
I Tear* Itot 


NTW rfrcco Bt NOALO-Y OF • ROOMR. 
with B A air-fonditiaead furnaca. bae*- 


’VZ:r:,X y»r;Ss u GORDON head cedar hill district vacant 

1 ACRE ; wrw rfrcco bvnoalow of • roomr. ' «V P , m aVa tt 1 / TTU ■* 

UPLANDS SLOPE 4 BEDROOMS I "£ S3 ■ KLTt 1 

A Charw.ng family ham# In a baaottful _ . . .. aemi.bwnaalirw aiiua<e4 an • bar-dM* rf-yoAn ^ “ HARDWOOO and »p#«lai;r i l*'H Ml 

■piling iufrwwndan by well- ban law# • d uT' akaie- ii ^OoT*#* fwi wrira $7800 * nm ruphowrga • • Tr.a and big 

garder* and view* *» tha eca fturco •(»!- ijjjt i" r *” t^mpeiJa urge llv* ^ kSjrmant la high ar.d bright with ACTO- | va-car.» R> 

Dungal v af •»<#• wvtl planned and apt- lnt . r0CB dinlra r'von, ||<'M »''i nook. J IIJRII FP MHnFBM i MATIC OIL HOT AfR ffEAT I *• Uqndry Fnca 

eu'ua rouma flva d- »n with 4-piec# Pam- r.VTed’nom# andbatbraoen duwnRair.'l JUBILtfc— MUDtKN I •<*#. rb*fW»A* A,* » 


.. 1 ACRE 

UPLANDS SLOPE 4 BEDROOMS 

.* J" ,*ia V?. 0, I f s' WmMullB aanO-fefengalnW, aitua'ed 

■piling •urrwtor'dad by wril-hepi !••"« < • d Uf . r „,a rT ui In U a #!»••- n, ' 


JUBILEE— MODERN 


area. Tb# gr» unde ara »•<! kept and the’ 


Flea-rnwm Tu/nr atria atac'W bun- 
■ alow, acaciaaa ri mi, hirilio d 
iioura. Fa., cement basement, 
large lwl wllb acme fruit tree# 
and Mg ihada wau Oworf <««•• 

10<,uo ° $8500 


Aik tor Mr. Cstaa. k 71F4 


COSY BUNGALOW 
WITH TWO LOTS 


TODER & VINT LTD. 


<teiifab>« nropert 
• 1 the fall price 
ef or-ly 


PRICE $9000 


modern rablnat*. tigfe«g far a Utahan 

«?. v. ix the royal trust 

COMPANY 

Ihrwwghawi. Bull eament aaMment with 

laundry tub*, and a dr’ya-in «•’»** •>» 170* Oc-vgmmant Street E 

fi SIDE-BY-SIDE DUPLEX 

back yard far## a publia g'ou’d #'-d i* 

ta tali ylaw Iram Mia H'-rhin eno d.nir.g- TEN MINfn'U Tt> CITY 

Thta w*> yau may keep j"ur ’»# 

#n , h , thtidrca practwally ail the i.,aa STUCCO DCTT1X, B»«h unit gone 
while th«r *ni pia»"i« •» *11 7^0 n,i ”»••• .‘‘••'•d , ‘ ,l ** r **" T ,lb 
aaia .rauDd EWii price jl l»ZjU fi-coJaiv. dtretta «wk fl-wra cabinet 

™ * * Te-ma fh * n * ,,h w " T ** n,,# ** <U 

* _ _ _ .... and four Plata bathroom. 8*»a!aia 

E Rarag. Ey#i . E 8>JT . fuynare. tuba ar.rf IniUt ga 


lurnaca, copper »>pm«. »>wt na ant- 
waitr healer. Jam cwplmard. Owpd-am# 
u. near kui iTiia hnma la on a fc mrf 

C r'eat. with *H n»w hnmga ea It The 
,c* yard fac»« a pub'.i, g-ou’d #'"1 ta 
In fitli flaw fr«m lha kl'-rhgo ano d.nirg- 


flea roufika. having llvtnt-rwwm wuh open 
fi'roiai*. dirett*. «wk r<mra caPtnat an- 
rhan with (Had alii Twa me# badrworrd 
aarf four -plat a bathroom. Sawafata ba#e- 
»w, furnare. tuba ar.rf lr«„i« girwga. 


Ill CENTRAL fel DO 


HEISTERMAN & CO. 

EXCLUSIVE 

OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
SUNDAY, APRIL 29th 
2 5 PM. 

2965 Adinirals Rood 


A. BERNARD & CO. 
LIMITED 

Member R«*t Ritat# Beard af Yictarla 
*3P FORT BTBEET FHONB O bJ3* 

frenirga: O MM. O Phtl. E 47*1, B 463L 
O 7J8* 


$6850 17 008 DOWN Neat 4-rom bimgtlnw w*th 

I fi rcri a<» r^m broke bathrpam. ba*e»r*nt 
I with rime/# r-ocBij CTn TIVattii 

CO. $4750 


KENT REALTY LTD 


McCANDLESS REALTY 

•44 FORT STREET rflONE Bill! 

Semitic*. M-* McOand'e#* o 8*4* wr 
Mr. htaL cniqaiu 3MY 


CORDOVA BAY lThr«-bmdrwwm herna. 

[ 04* Bay . - — 

r i reel toe ally ntra punaa'ew af 4 rwwi# 

•>,d *a •#• Forth that can ba tnarfa i-.ta , Foar-badraom raaidenra; 

SKT “ $5250,"^ ^ 


WHY BE CROWDED’ 

$9500 


$5250: 


$11,500 


$1800 CASH 
NEAR JUBILEE 


B«eatien» *nnrf tttca. Owa ault# Ju*t Ta- tlwc-q 1 c-sa buUt f*4» af »ar*d material*. Term# tf Daalrad at LIUla Blabar Flgurq Thraa 
paled and avallabia far •» awner If re- ftwiain* LR 20«13, DR. *ir»trl4 fe##e»ian, I »83 KM 


Threw bedrenm*. BRAND NEW 


Til YIEW BTBEET 


OAK BAY— 3 BEDROOMS 

* Rnrrnerf baml-bungal.iw a|,«ar#d nn quiet 
a'raet near Jauliet M>*b<tai. L, ring rr»"», 
qinma-rwom large ixdiaam. lana-brtqM 
blltnen. 2-pteea bathneuyn upeial’, 1 
large b-rfrr.sm# AH In »!>«*>•• rMHtiflnW 
F-j’-l r»m»ni baaemeni H * fum»" iaun- 1 
erv luue Nverw-dt«e'<mwd gar-lei ad 
fropwr Taac# only |3g ecrrtn 

A rauliy g-md tour . JJJw 

A CUTE LITTLE BUNGALOV/ 
OIL HEAT 

$0*inn foay Rvleig-cqeiw. * ge«d-vi*a bedmema 
7 JW mflderr. ) :UM« 4-plere haibrewm q'l.liy 


Ou»'bL 4-mom. «ati»|t-«lfl* bua- 
g, nw. cnnvr-tar.tly inra’a* m- a 

ecroer let all* nicy ••■ laded gar- 
den and fruit trre* ft I* am alt, 
but aoky. Litihg-rmim with fire- 
pare, tw« bad-wtnt. k'lcnea and 

bathroom New larg# garage a - * 
• nrbaiiOp DwraH roof haw !••*• 
Th<a wuu.rf full tF.oya aha a 'a 
gerlrad w.th whir a Uml’arf in.a.l 
caa'tal and law lacwma » 

E* ;t#ei*a. f rlaa . 


ESQUIMALT LAGOON 
SEA VIEW 

A’'?ir'1va radar aiding FunialwW, five >•••■# 
Old large llflhg-rwrirfy with lirep.ave 
lltidaiMKl floo'a Three hui,b be>lic.ima 
• ilti torn urn.* aattiea-r Cai.H^i bu- 
' hen ault u,i range A g-and •it'(Hatt,|,i,iy 
fur anyone luoac a fur a imiriry r./iina 

('-•nii'l'-ably l,e|»w fet, linnrr.ii e na. 

$4500 

Bvpblnaa Mr Hau. Beimoat in K 

$1000 CASH $1000 

Near g-rivirn bungalow 4 »'!»* illy rei.lfe 
J-pia-a baihrmrin g'.'-rf rnn-rere lawnda- 
I turn, large ,,.•( Ti.u |. l„ u'IM r*>'.<4ern 
viiriien nk eta b ,t wnat a t~ir\r\r\ 
l,uy at tl-* full pfl-e nf 2>JUUU 

Cuhiart Mr Bacdn. r,e • , B 2314 

CITY 

FULL PRICE $5500 

■18 ■ I hntoi* Br-tfhMfe |)4)| 

!•*»• altting-rwom Dining rwoin t.aa- 
Inrt k trliei. Tf-,»w large bedryofna. 
J pc* ba hronm Pu'l r»m«ri8 ba*eu,a,i|. 
Hot-air )-eatca Tn* preaenr nw- e, | ■* 
been rtfiting tfc.* there b*<ir<yrn,t fnr 441 
prr manih l'»u eanta/) Mr Orlhrey, 
•>pnir,|#. O E"-« 

LAKEFRONT PROPERTY 

Firor-t'Oicn b<irga,«w and fnwr arre* nik 
lake l,i.«t Within Mi.a aiilea ef Vutynl. 
fmik»i.iri ar.d garege . r^rn 

Frira iDZoO 

Af'*- hour* G «•!* 


H A HUMBER, LTD. 

1338 BRCjAD ETREET E8S13 E JJ8I 


OAK BAT 

Btwarn buagalew. aia ,..«#« Aatamatta 
hut water IwaU'g. rfOArkTt 

Ft. *Urf, l ritbdi'lflo 5y4LKJ 


3AIKFIMD 

EFFICIENT AND FBOMFT Ai IB*. ,!OW g g p M lw b-.ngelaw af flv# rwama and abq 


,m bur ga low In flraf-tiaja rondll'.-yn I 
t*M>r lament bayard hn* Air 1 ,.r- 1 
)-giK 4 batltrwatM. kttrhan bti, g 
J Wdrownu and d»» •!*» Hrwptaafe I 
■a ram Mt and mode rata g irt AA 


aui-ed Ta ha aoM •• awner rmidea In 3 (wdroum#. 4 pare peaib-ata bathraam. . . .. laare artlh lauadrr tuba oarage Nh* 

I rallfomla An atclwslta tf 1 A f\Art eierlrir H.W tank flou*# ta IBlillated Ftoll ” $4500 Wrww tQfW) •*«^><vd garden ran gl<* «» tfJLQnD 

l luung. t-Tir# 5 1 4,00U 1 b*»ccnenl Be# air P’pad heat. Dnr#- in | Oaa Bay Avaaa# •OVAAJ meg ial* pram wm 56oUU 


TO YOPB LIFTTWOfe 


NEWSTEAD REALTY 

Real Ea'ata ar-d fn»u'»r.ta 
Tl* Fact Street I 1 1*4 

Dfembar Of lha Real Batata Beard) 


QUADRA SPECIAL 
214 ACRES — 6 ROOMS 


tw«-,k«* kawaert UJ >!• Air-cai.d"l*ned. 

aaiamaltfl hd-warer haallr.g A magr- 

ss'ixr-. $ 13,800 


I lya toatreota hame haavnyant, turner* 
i i#hdid aohrfUkto all Uirr.ugh tdaal far 

$7350 

CLOSE- IB 

Wen towBt nve-rnem alwrwn oaad bay* 
Bmtrl. fumac* gad garage Built |g»g (haw 
7“" /OAAnv 


$8ogo 


K mam WirgaK 
roid too' ram, 

ga. ftsJz 

K5 i*iw« 

Cb FW-w 


RALPH H. WILSON 


$6000 m FLU HER TO* BUM. 


garage Lai JHIMfUl Tain troy 8*7 

iX"™* ^ _ $9600 

HEISTERMAN & CO. 


Call Mr. Macfa-laaa, B I87t. 


All beat af land neared and ta erep N«n«» Fo wr-r**m atween. viaw tlUten. tw* bad- 
1 had ream* le P#rle« C*»- , y A c/TTl T ~ u »* mn4 ••••*• rf C , C« 


H. M. HALL 


138 FKMBERTON ILDO 


E 2412 THE CITY BROKERAGE FLEMING GARDNER CO. 

1811 BLANSHARD ET, FHONB O 8M3 *87 Be^lard Bldg O TT4I 

NigM. B 4444 Vvaaietai Mr- Pritchard. O M81 


awma. to (ertotl cam- rf i e\ enn I r~uwa ana ••••«• 
Oil final*. Frtna $ I Ur J'JU , •> wlB haarfig 


ALBERT BURDON 

OOrgawvvwy amrwr g 


A. S. MILLER 

Mtfe BLANBBARD BT t 



34 flailii (Colonist Vkiom, B.C., s««, April 29, 1951 ,37 hoises fob sale 57 iiolsks fob sale 


57 llOI'fchS FOB SALE 


HOI M> FOB SALE 


HOl/MvS FOB SALK 


IIOl M S I OK SALE 



H AGAR'S 

CHARMING BUNGALOW 
WITH LOVELY GARDEN 
ai r r» a neat wxll Krr-r urn r 

GARDCI* Ifila fully IhaulOfcJ rlucru 
,»:o« wiU. Barrett root and matching »«- 

> 4 » • | • - < • . 

ina-rrwm i> » 19 wllh flraplo/* * *3- 


rvuir.t delightful PamPrMi# tea threat. Cab- 
inet liftcba’i wilh br***!»«t took. Bult; 
In 1 IM JVtrr T III THING POH A HI 
cot-iax $6g50 

|TN f Jill Mr V H Kr .t 


$1500 HANDLES 


•'Hemet 1 * n«t »kf Mc'.iw— It » Oar 
BuitOfta 

WATERFRONT 
SWIMMJNG AND FISHING 

(1, r<" 0 uv* B.y lived * room bun- 

S7000 

ij Uifltrd. A b.’-d pivptJl; bailing 

$5600 

<>' V» » R< > A con.fQr.eL.* humv ar,d 

S7000 

l«i K*VJimalt Lagoon New Q’.jou* 0 :.d al- I 

mo» 1 1 r-- “ 


FRASER BISCOE S 

n«OD*'H 71 JL 6 AND CONDiriOKB 
CHAN jt - A HtFUTAHOff & I AY 8 ON 

"REVENUE" 

(NEAR JUBILEE) 

Tina *.gl-.t room heu»* ha# too t|lrMn>- 
l*< »* » of pjumbll.* a .planiUrt room >n 
ilia full ttafftiai.'., laundry tub. and l*ov 
air f uruac# Or.t cult* '»nt*.! era vwcunt 
fur o* r.rr Don i bum mu ai. JJQQQ 


prtfa 

oir<* EM!J 


tin. Mr f :»//!• D 3344 


WE PS A oM ALL OFFICE "TTH NO FRE- 
TLTcnOt'S CLAIM* -OUR OBJECT l VI IS 
TO BA718FY THE CLIINT. 




' _ Call Bob f. Jill 

TWrNTY MINL-rm FHOM IGWff on 3 Da B Till fl ,r,.5o « a Id fva* , be. l«4R 
Lev wl'h 130 va.frunlaaa and a wcndarlal | 

view of me Strait. Ihll IC-year-uid t.irur 1 CC.FM 1 1 AAA I T 

hriR.» l.aa large livin g-ro om vrl'-h C jyUlmAL I 


lireHare *i,rt *i»»»ad-m Tero.,rt*. botfi 
irvarlsoking th# »*• Famlly-vua Alim u- 
rnoo. llt<n«fi w rad for rwr.y* Uiwtolr*. 
4 . . i and MBarala uHlct 

Hal Dufo'd roof, lull bawotwii am! 

$ 10,000 

Evri Vigil, Mr V H Kr.OI <>11941 


B Til, S&S? .:V;Va, . Br. ,44* ^EW HOUSE) 

F^OIIIMAIT DEEP COVE AREA 

ESQUIMALT *** , ht l: „, . „„ hu , lMU)1 , 

e 1 A C.nn 0 , 1 G Cfin torga li*i»ig-u>uijr“WHth flrvplkra. t«o bad- | 

ylU.JJU plU.J'JU | ruum« 1 -pur* bathriom, tupboard 

g ara i-nj;* for a a ail-cahitnr'.ad '«ii<PP*.<J kllfhap. small MUlHT riaura uff 
ir<a!.ja hnn-. u.i* D it. an »d*al tha kt'rban ail hai.l on a Killd roncrajt 


FINANCIAL SURVEY 
LIMITED 

- PROFESSIONAL MEN 

'• a ara piraaad lu 'liter tof fair for r. » 
fin lima on* of tor iro.’ aicluan* and 
UrauUful r flpiahafl pr..|i»rt.a. In al. V.*- 
Iona Tu iiiiiupi a da»n it'iion 0 ! Uili 
rtaidtri-c In U..I *vmv wcdlil o* fullla, Out 
turn* of tha taitaUnOina laAltirta all 

MacoiftcetH »i»a i 
2 . BroadiObiM rarpaunc 
9. I-Car aaraaa 

4 Riiitie Oar. 

> Hi»L-r liit'daiMii cruui.a. 

4 ftiliieui room and Siam . i/U.art 

Tan fanoai.tr can u* v>*»ao tr appuir.i- 
mai. : er.ii and » brine loid run»daraoj 
I o*lu» raptatamanl wk for appontinaut 


Cot. tar. L £ Kira, it dial Evn.i^a* 

EXCLUSIVE 
S 1550 DOWN 
324/ GLASGOW AVE. 


ESTABLISHED 114% 

U*TE» TO OLH RADIO SHOW 
14 04 AM, SUNDAY. CKDA 

CADBORO BAY 
Oose to BcocH, Store;* ond Bui 
HOT-WATER HEATED 
FULLY INSULATED 


THE b.C. LAND 

* lhlftATMA.-'T AiMESCV I it). 

0<i 44 ■ p fa st la Baa 4. lit# 

NEAR UPLANDS 

\tr? r.ic* la<(a t-roum «lu' « Cu Cl.oa 
^icuaiad an nifT. ficurd lr> baaxllfui *dt- 
r-.-uridin*-. Ora-Tudi ntinj-ropm bout 
tKflPOs.n. • ara .a r *■ tain atra It !» in 
j rntt-ntu i a iilitluQ Mtwl ba »•»;. ta 

;w >r , $12,600 


‘-r .ua tr.ilB 1 . H with flrap.aca V »0 ha«- 
-aumt FamproKa balhriK.n *tu» 

Itwk Full PluaBMOl Lat. data pad fr.iunl* 

• t • r a ’*»l rn*y Immc 4nd 4r» luaaia 

S9150 

To It. spa t F.tSaa A»a lor V. Pi’.f 
E 4141, STanlnp B JW1 


OAK BAY 


Ya>it rtihb- a l» p.at up a ta.l.v ui a a»u. • 0 , 
PurtfpluV ter a raa.-M.abla pr.cf hue nkf 
r;oir - Mardanod fluot* fKCbQthvdt. Full 
banr.ac.i. lun.a.r Gone faraaa Fbur 
• a.f» uW ar.d lu fit.a alfbt.a c onen 
i*r.na, on lajjt. o 50 / JU 


UPLANDS SLOPE 
SI 2,600 

5 VERY LARGE ROOMS 

An u-ot jail* atG*..-.’* a.i‘<a 
raear aiding bans* ) u a baadltfu. 
location and »»■ ou a i«> til 
lautti. apad lot »iti. u»r*'v la* l 
trull iraaa khryb-> Tltu tnwa ra- 
, It. la prida It. horn* o«r>trahip 
t:>ir *-rc*nm. 72 lift fnl'. a ra 
<nnu>|-f<..i0 n.aau? btiiCOaon H' 
long uth»r full ana ehruu«1i hail, 
a i-ar.rrt llit-han with ti • a. a 
a - rt bu.lt-ln ruptMiard> Full baaa- 
lt.au!. piaitf.-ad d-l*t-in »jra«r 
Nina ya.ra ..-a ar d datignad !s*r 
ata.-trua Jtafrr <1 D lha t.*«i »» ja 
• a hair arat for mam rm.intr-a 
tunla.t Mi gauidan B till 


_ CAPITAL CITY RTATTYT 

CHOICE OFFERINGS 

A BETTER BUY 
3 6EDR00ML 

1 ’IM b.X Kil l l P HL bv.Vf .tVl'. 

full n*»ar|.a Ka.| fu'iiar* Da'S d 
Iroo.tn, \a- at! . • a,i if. ,-i 

I ir.au# on Pou.aaa'il t'*aal ' ai,e 

I 4 ■ -d DaOiuta.) a Mrgaie, *o *«»/ ia»ou 

fcT, u ‘ rw $6000 

X • ' i W*ue-< 0 04(7 Viri.ing 

EARL GREY 

I I 100 SQ FT. FLOOR SPACE 

L. v» v rva-r. »t;i. o l>ui |».o» I’ «aa:a 
I > .1 aul'tojar. vL O'Pfd n.it-ai* !. rating. 

I rat Buji *tr*,« ti.r r«n« utuiiv room 


Exclusive Dr. .at. i: :l waittlroniaga pi abuu'. 1 airt j 

, iltxid ali-vaar-ruuiuf 4-r.aim Unii.'ia. 
O'u- 7 »*r-o.d alumo bdSM CdBloiM I R Liun-.h.rig *aUr UgKt a'aiiPftla UUOd 
w. h !:*V U Mi.'uUg-'. ha ‘ ' OO- a»'»r> Hair bathlr.g c .-irn 

r ■ n: r*r.r.br„va i-athro-im *r r:r au.ua.. M , f rhiMran ffh» 54/DU 
*i.« nou* atiiiiy rr..iin. ml r.ot-a.r hr.. an 

■ o .itai a.artfir bpi-oatar latk i.itolaom, F.»» » A*a toi Mr L R V Big I »•< 


Or.a-y»»r-<i.d al 
r». h llraplart 


mo T ima CbPlalM L fl 
tlireugu ha.', ran nad- 


otnf or'abja hr.fr », 4W» D 


lira ar.d ahoppli.g .mil tin a lar»n 

.ot In nr,* of ’.ha ua»' liaratloni ti. E>nut- | braring fruil vraai C/*nnf\ 

■i, alt Th*. I.t,ii » i» or, ly nn» >a»t nld. h* Frlca JOUUU 

iarga ki'chan »it‘i raht.-.ai rupouard. olrad otflra E 741}. Eva*. Mr Wilkin*. E 4440 
for rat al family-* :f dli.lna -room, largr 

ha.rr... 4-O.a Fa.n 0 ■ a. h.’h ar rt a V * . T J(|r , XT* A EKORT INVOLVED l*« - A 

nXw^TM^rilT^.'bir*^ 'r^mVA »AT».TBD DEA, PAYS DIVUlRMS IN 
t, a . mart v*th dnv.-m goragt al o a »a.f- repeat Bt'6ir<E^T 
Hi H.IMO Mil'/ It, ha’.waui *hai rar'. at, 

*44 *n»athl> Th.a bum* la cump.r-.«a| „ rvr . Iiciwt'* 

hotaiiar haa’a.t f<*« u>r able tarm ■ n.sr | t ALLUjIYL 

ha arran<»rt and far iarthar Inforoiatlah 

S 350 DOWN 


cli.ar lo hua alao. Kurnarr aupp.ics brat to «U ronim 


Ovar J *rr»v *lth 14a acra* cleared Sam. 
hearing fruit trea* a /nnrt 


HIGH FAIRFIELD 
8 ROOMS 


fill* »• a iina ho <ompr •.»!..» LB I>B or.vr.i.' laiic. .L , .. 

K at^lroom. and ecu or . .iin-l Lour % ,uVlV j»i"‘‘ lh!! rar'Y 

J rlr a '..dm. a-.o-e There ara 1-1 , 4 . , f , .. „ tU :.p., . 

hathruoml ‘ V *' r . - 7 * ■•••(!’ haala.' Ba. ,». able n. 

. 

■mall. n»»* aarda-i enth artavr Iroui o >a v rt 

al raar vvr «puid ,li» **> «iiu* yo-. ti. t* I J. If W tJac-r Bolit, nr R 23av bur, da; 
homa Ira a 'ad 1$ mlr.ulta a all; from j and Eiai.irg 

h.iainr** ^IfWSfV 

aa-iion iiy./uu COLWOOD 

gVM.rtbO. Mr r l, aalay i> 1142-<. • V-l ^t»VUUU 

$6000 - NEV/ - $6000 


THE IXTKA EMORr INVOLVED tT* A 
RAT IM TED DKAZ 1 PAYS DIVIDET.D* IN 


Hue it a 4-ri.iu. t’.ULCO tur.ga.ua *:;t» 
a »<-IV Itut garni L. > D- a lA*t It )U«I ideal 
tor r aCdfai', A vary r.i. a nvit.i -run in « itl. 
firaplnct nir«-rut*'l X.UAfR * hifa hril- 
runsnt till I 4-pla a I'atr.otoKa bath Ai- 
tacii*d garaga »1,13« down af'd haiai.ie 

ftJ'Uff " ,u ' ,u ‘ S7150 

Eii-!u,.*a a it Jt T w»lr I r. nut al-d 


* a* la.' had gaiagr Large !ol ,r utid. ;«n, 
utto tur.ga.oa »ii!» irrai. jail put If. T tic* OpprovlPia-c 


BEST IN FAIRFIELD 


;r «a BEST IN FA,RF,E 

prlcrd at i03UU tallata that till* lw*m* It 

P.ea»e Ait for F Pm.E41Ct.Eee B 2(i4 k room bungaM.’. in Fairflaid 

ni'.ctrti, g.aumlr g whl'.c «'jm 
. w -r r n n * /- r maTIC tlr-f nlirtlilottll g Au«.| 

CLOVELLY TERRACE mmula,* ibrun«hiNi< and prm 


"EXCLUSIVE ' 
SI 350 DOWN 


KAfluo*.. 0 . 1 ft I r. w« and , Thl. * * - 

C H E.foro O 0«*6 I MH !»•«•. IfM »•*». Hruig-reom -lt£ | 

^ I I„-a..U..- 1>R. 9 baurtrf.nu *.».«' Fa-fr.- 

open for inspection • 

2819 COLQUITZ AVENUE haii m «pi« „ ><"' * r '.! 

3 5PM, SUNDAY. APRIL 29 S2 1MM UottM ,V n'nn ft 


44a tallata that thl* liocna t. U*r In. a t I 
k rut.ru PungaM.'* in Fairflehl Sir <113 1 
ui.iaicrii, g.aamli'g while aiding OIL-O 
Mint alr-f niirtltlonir g Mii.iiu'r.v iu; | 
hiwtti'a a ihruughiNir amt prired lu *a.l , 
P >* a 3/1 or a for a., apppirt- ^ 1 -3 Qrw-v 
m*ot lu >1. a Pr.i'r 5 I JiOUU 


OPEN FOR INSPECTION 
2819 COLQUITZ AVENUE 


STUCCO BUNGALOW 


Cn a tuw br'gl.t 
near *iva pnibt. 
IfU* hanr coi'ijir 


■ 'art lb II gh ) at)).- . 

-.a tv.ar<> 


ONE OF THOSE . 

REAL HOMES • r living- mom. 1 hartio r- .oun.l and ir. good condition Fruit ir.a • 

' __ . I . >l I'aoihinta Lath Vary n nti*ui art *• atra.ant t»u> and 30-1 ran &-jr\r\r\ 

FOUL BAY ROAD I’lrnna • . trait ear *a f*m • n.nva ri»ht In. I ULL PRICE i / UUU 

n.ar.t r,.*a injlFH |.c« la\»< Lagf 0(f . r , g f*|) F va« Mr Frar.m R 7344 
• • 1 |« e » hum* ••*nd» nn abou’ ai. * >a in. in- 'a* ( .u'a to tchcml. tranap"rta!.un 

.*crt>c apart o' aiirbht «b« naa and iboppiti* reutra Dell tv',' all prlied to 

■ .* hooi* r.r Fiirfl Ha 9 no*U Cnhiurlrlr.* i(|| Fnr da'ktD. plaa.a canlan YOU DON T USLAl.LT SAVt B4' BELLI 'h. 

4 . living rua.li- d'Qlt'g ?>■ w b l ari. Eva. and Sanaa, a. to.g 9J0W «R llt'YINO DIRECT- OLft FACILITIES 

«• alI2»ut W.V uSTSId Iteerr 1 i *»D EXPERIENCE CAN SAVE YOU TIME 

.ra lari' dra>ilhf .'mm* Oil i»" badtuonu I ^ LITTLE. BIT OF ENGLAND AND DOLLARS AND UNDERWRITES A 

Full haaamanl with Oil-O-Matle heating' RELIABLE DEAL 1 

«; 1 «irsa3 1 some would say* 

$13,500 (And in th« City Limiti) OLDE ENGLAND 

Eve* EOJgg. Mr. T Leeleg i»150*-CI Rirr I CALL IT A LnTHjyT OF HE A VEN * MN OAK BAY) 

UPLANDS SLOPES ; “SJntl! 


B' » , a Iina I-IIK V home •an»l-bu' * - w— i COTTAGL PINOADOW ju VIEW LOLA 
near Jub.laa Mopnal In tha Clry. Tliar* , TION DmUttRirr aOManun 4»<. 

fi a through bah. a Uviog-rooni with t>!ra«ur.t »'jrrnundii.g* with r.oia ou "-rv- 

fir. place dining-room and kmhen uu one ira Si'tirio. lour r«*»jn»», lawn* and gar- 


To large hadrootna and ba'i.roum 


Fit.« itVmg-riMRn with open lira- 


Ih* other elda A concaal'd nasrra«» to !plai », thromn haiL two barttonm 


hadrounia upr 


A gpleitdld frtil b*«a 


g r.f , ma 1 w.tlt l.ut air furnara t ' rrytRlng Pan cn ainein 


1 In a t htiirt* --anrt. no abuu' at. * " 
1 «pfil ground*. Mtt*M ‘b* ',«« 
d hnci» - r.r r«i.i ii» » Road cmuurigtng 
ul llvii.g-.ooni dialing room. k'Uhat. and 
• or, ■mnr.it floor and « hedraomi above 


Full baaamai.t with CRI-O-Matle healing 
and gav -wa'ar healer. A 9-ear garaa* and 
.ra garden tilth t> room with laundrr 
farlUlla* «<*• ground floor. e 1 Cftfl 
ROME TT.RMB * • ■J'UULU 

Evu EOJtB. Mr. F. Laelay .4I3M-CI 


found and Ir good eandltion Fruit tree* 

mog#%igh?Sih B * iTlL *PR 1 W? $7000 V, $6000 , iQfutmatloV U,b . r i.r 9 ,.. red to affar a earv . .* 

Offrc. EMU rva. Mr Frar.rll 8 *344 I G Pair It*. XV4l|Htaa I M49 v CCAY/.FW pb'llTt ' » 

SECLUSION SEA VIEW s r*> rt r^ttr^ito* * 1,1 j-M* a ball. Fu 

you DON T USUALLY SAVt BV BELUN'. /n. \A/cciF Cfijn <iPFriAl$ (3)1 . , ^ ^ , . — - t-a amant «iin hot air piped fur art A 

I.n nrtvivn ruha.-r rf-.lTt FACILITIES WttPi-trNU jrLV-1/M.J '•/'a mveiy gpnt Tltr-ahadad apAciOuf Two- | • are fir, a garden *o», ♦ Ltv about ggiTOD 

OR It* VINO DIRECT OCR »A SLI Z. year-tUd radar al.aae h< me, auitabl* H gta Owaara wnula nU to gna Fall 

AND EXPERIENCE CAN SAVE YOU TIME >3 00(1 Down IB* month Sig-room ■‘“ rc " r ,u,eil rnuplt Ooou baach Separata ga- ,, Saeufg It ns* 4 -, )C a 


rag', » Uid. 
ueat buna a < 


baiL two herttooui- ltr*e 
rampart kilrhan ar.u bath. 

piii'd ,'»»'• v'Pprat* aw- 
a*- 1 f Yuu .1 Ufa mu 
ittiuuri r/nnn 


S.ir.r I tin.* -I Pitt 

ACREAGE 

B.v a • VaO-worgad farllb b.n . i. . 
High Quadra area ow.rr will a- , " 
or all Would lit**.' e« rllrnt »m» ! . hwld 
lng> of una lo inter ai-re*. t>r new au» 
dlvuioti Piini.a >ir Bur rough ‘Ever 


it i v rvo/l l!»lhg-r.ii,|n 14 • I# l,repl»>a tan.lly 

51 I ,L/UU dli lr.g-: " tr kit- bar. with til* »ink 1 r . 

mum • 4 -t.la a hM uh wilt. l’« 


lloaM Tax lilt Full fctien.rnt dr.va 
in mu,-' \erj aiiraeUv* CQO^fN 
oil ga.ow at 50/JU 

FirlUtlt* 1-' ll' g 

Pi* »>* A** lor Ur w O Lacnnun 


SALSBURY WAY 


UPLANDS SLOPES £;«<>* ^- 7 “, KffiJrS 

CAPE COD STYLE • »•»* landiatad piua BfN n»( R I paneling In lieiog-room inrggtecai 

nrlln/v/vt.r PATIO. BAHBECL’E and fun pool (on the amt dining-room Three badroom*. ah on 

THREE BEDROOMS Hr< thl. & rw-man gtuero bunga- «®» Seml-.arludad jet on on* of Oat 

I nrvtL ulu only ,5 eU} „ „, fl ln Bar a haiiar airaata High bg.amene. llr.ad. 

tn a* allant family homa, plaa»>ng to tha rnndt'ion. Compruae living. room with fire, and With uaual emonlllea Large land- 

are A large living- .rein .4 r I* d>n"'g rU" rtulrg r.Mim. 3 bedroom* ELECTRIC aeaped lot Good aolL dr Okie annnn 

rtooM I? > I* wvder.. kllri ej. wl'h lUa . AHIVCI- KITCHEN and 4-oea Pun garage At JOUw 

• Ihh ar.d l-pra bathroom On u.a'h fl’v'ir kr.ika baihr. »n. ( rma.it baar:naiit with For Appoiormant ta View 

LpalAJr*. 3 Uli/Sw- • '3’'*. ■' . LET lL4Fl>liJ till ODGM 4JU.-U MA Lit , ogfaaa Baa;) Saaa Mr SYiaioa E AMO 

in t 10 4 ik* DtlBTOM T'jr MW- T(??rrAlH llWAl «i rt Tgurdiy tr*)i TVu 1 \j r fu nrn9 n 1134 

mrnt iir*i r |iHo-H«*er hontt v\U vf»v drfu«|lr!y hivr t»i t* 


i bun|«lav. N H A Fuji cement I ; r *g f fliti on# «nd • half I bcltuivt ll«i!n|. 

MAP hfttlnf «nd tlrrvroct eQOCA on ih« vAterfronl •»! fln» 

garaga Cliy J7aJU Latura* a garden and natttfa lowar tuuld ccnillAAAIT DADf-Alkl 

daatra Saa It today aQQCn ESvUIMALl BARGAIN 

IT 160 Down. I4d month - Oak Bay. fir* Full nrlrt 5//JU 

ssirtssar ■ir^ssisr rs' «» .... o.. u hurry 

heating Drte*-ln garage anCAft ... >3 90(1 will handle thia 

Radured to J7JUU OAK BAY at, rv end-half r*"tdanr. 

Ip. on a nuiei etreet r.aa 

av ana rinan («n monlh — NrW (H* F1r4- I THREE BEDROOMS Thara ara five e» alien! 


$7350 


[13 909 will handle thia well .built aiding 
I gtaft ar,7-half re'ltfenre Loeated 
| Ip. on a Buiei atraat near ahn(inli.g centra i 
There are flaa girellent rnonta down for 


i >) IMF! Down >40 month— NEW N H A Ptra 


$8000 


Eva* o mi 


I ml**d fruiu • 
at tha waking 


• ir (urna.* a'rt »'nraaa *pa>-» a wail- tlf »pjireri»'ed and i*o he aea, 

' $14,000 j •' i - ““ S945C 

■ vet. I oo*l K D Maraland 'glJOa-Gl | ( ,, {1 winter, Runday, Ever. E »l'i« 


OAK BAY 
COLONIAL STYLE 
FOUR BEDROOMS 


GONZALES 
BY THE SEA 


. _ 1 REAL 1*1 AT E IS OCR BUHIM-HB IF 

59450 THE PROPERTY YOU WANT IS NOT ON 
,* . c »]ug t)l/R BOOKS, WE KNOW WHERE TO 
FIND m 


HIGH QUADRA 
Immediotc Possession 

a high quiet OLvnct, Ihig A'. rwo* 


oire buy , and down, 

$8400.^1:1*1'; 


$7800 


Ark for Mr Wrigne Evyi o 9T*7 

OAK BAY 

gl 10 « CASH 


993 GOVERNMENT STREET 


i r have to nmn at this time for 

» he /.r ..I annl-rotorv itl hnuM- iPh' a clla.it *no IfAN BEEN TRANS* ERRED a 
,i I hrvirf h hall laraa IIMra- "•••< brauilliil > KCJOMl.lt STUCCf) HI N- 


• liroughO'.l rtiruuih hail laraa Its u-w - 
rn-vm with eomiMBdiug hay wiiMlnw. r»r 
, a- f trap. a" 1* « 14 olptui-fonni leading 
win mo-’arn hiir||gn and nook n’ tuple'* 
aim new alerlfE rar.aa 4 vtnr.y h« •>- 
room* MD-ialn O'l-O-Matlc l.'al ai.rt 

■ttt In lull r a mart ha»anie.|i Dtirn'l '..of 


. . 

i-.v crown the duality of thl« ouUtah'.'ne * 

t. $16,800 

Z' »* G 1*541. Mra. B Lauinnan 1 497-0. . fc 


OAUJW «••** v 4 >r»r» old. lhai In really | 
li.p (bndllti/ll th'uuilinut. an| yery tarty 
pa. be ubtatrird. Local art on a I 

verv good pa V art .l/a-l clni* to FTOftKB. 
RCHOflU TRANSPORTATION and fILAt.TI 
tl »<vnpn<», f>,'rai.(a hall, living ro",n> 


FOR PARTICLI ARS ON TIILdE AND 
OTHER ATTRACTIVE PROPERTIES 

drop mo 

FRASER BISCOE 


• ' • / 

rs ;.^;ou,h , vsr.s& • ~ 


Mr mtiar Real trial* Br,aifl of VII 


— -- - ... ...... i ••"« and through her. rabmat 

hall plat., with hardwcAd and fir r.unca I t . f ; g.-cd t,e<un<vp.i and Feoibroae 

cm O-Mat'r fi«.- r furuaia ar.d ai>*r' a« bBUl Eur* rivom In full « l /N I 
garage Only ilirea veera nld. IBlr aii.ar- b , itcirn , run P rka 5 IU., 

pn-. , 'o7Ulr°ViV,m,r l V S7800 Wrlghl. Eva. o g:6T 

Contact L R Guldt. It»» . O Mil 


51 9' 500 ALTON & FLEMING 


ULANoHARD 


Phnna O IM3 


409 COl'RTNEY 8 T 


Near Po*t uff nr 


GORGE SPECIAL ]A lova.» 7-rman ho' water »,aa-.f" acini- ( 

U ' bur gall. * diwgtad lr> a perfect vatUl'C "I ' 

A lardy tu* IN a «-"«oip a'ufru Bungaww f> , k (..^a. fi'l.pnc.iv end rr..# gvruahv 

with bwaaoiriH, furpar* a p «1 aenaraia A i„ u ,. noma wl.h a rta i.’htful »ir* [ 

• i.iccn aaraga Thl* r.milor'abl* ntndtrn 1r aBi every witirtow Drl*a-u gn.aee ’n full Pour-c 

h'"iia i, illitaiad Mi R>*h ground MM <•” hv -pier,* lileal far navy perw.inival Tire Lovely 

lha bu* route Four bright vnoin* pin* an pcUr e . c/ 1/1 hf 

rtlra hr igtlM tnnm Hi Dll ta'amanl u 5IU.DUU *' 

•'* ’ I A*g for Mr wnght. Evev O 4T47 [^r! 


ESQUIMALT 


Phone EMiJ 


A -lar.df bug In a 4-rrvon' *"Mr.. 


With (Replace b.valy dlnel'e 1 hrcironmv w HERE VOU DEAL WITH CO'<MDE-NCE ** lh ba.'i.ieht, 

ElElTRIC f AllINrr K I ra TIEN with Iliad .... Mjcrn garage TBU fomlor'ak 

..... ■ r.-i .mail ..... ...» . SINCE l»0. home IV il< naiad nu hirh amur 


REDIK »T> TO 7> t O.Ovl^ *i.,t and email *uii r'-om off arrt * 

_ ' „„ B .n .‘O.-Oi * l, ' r Fambrnye h« i rc-m A full cement 

Evaa G (Ml. Mra B UNIgbr.an '*»*«* i m »„. r,„... lr pip „, 

tawnrtri tr*i. a|e.'trir d’lmevtic hnl wnir 
SEAFRONT AGE «»"*, *'•»• It* garage aid a« EXTRA 

ROOM Oil mii.iandmg bungalow la «n- 
OUEENSWOOD naiad ».< a Ini »n»:ai whl'h I* yaaj wafi 

v 1 ivn.krd wnh •lirulP (lowar. IfjIK laan . 

A haau'lfitl li'we in an iv * d.V' r( a »4 til fenced la I* apoUaw*!, elaan and C. t N I l\AI 

•mi over an acre of *lvellarad mluimn, r.vuld be moved Into Without a .ant of 

private C 01 » Ol.l* 1 year* *«»rt nl 'nirfl- ra'ra avpanva Vat* go<MI (arm" may ('» T C FRUITON 

err» rtavlgn thal la*av full artialil**' of •ihtaK.rd, anil a ki'batartdaj radurlh '1 will 

tnw Blnrlwuv -law* Huge livlti# ’"m d n- ha inarta for a ca»h aaitla- » CA/1 111 ‘ Mu 6 IRECT 
ir-t-rooni with • .ntne-m off wiwenj > • * mam », Hi price onl« ilU.DUU 

: h l"’ * ui na'.Y . C.u H u. winter. Sunday and Eve. . « »ir« ! n * u» 


BEAUTIFUL 
CORDOVA BAY 


RUMPUS ROOM 
514,700 

Jr, a rhulve rrijifcrtla! »•'« rj 
Mnr„»hr hurne« In a high lorw- 
lloh alllv a chel a y’rw f-pm *,] | 

I. iga picture window i Anhi 
reeturally p-aatli-g on the aviatixi 
G., a vary large let femul'tull) 
iratd and with inn Uvr rvrirrm 
and lawn* If >ou ate It tu.g <•-> 
a new mod/", hoox with up. 
m-daia laru.a.ncr’* that na«e nl# 
raa!:i wo-ih llvn.g me.i thl* i> it. 
Ii.lna room 34 foal tori* MU- 
• *ae dlhlng-roum wary targe ten - 
her with t allow tile four -pi*, a 
F a m b r ii C a i alhn- tpaci. i 
Mi rough Hall* Wtvil 1*0 hflrion-.v 
autlahlr for 'Will be-l- Full hala- 
maL' aulivmsix oil hear atr 
conrtftto'yad eumnuk ro.im ?$ f a • * 
ini r With fireplace finnhed ti 1 
'•(.('au uina Thiv it or, e or the 
lira.’ hornet we have avar ty»- 
, •pr-'ad ami •» U'g* prupaeiive 
purvltasar* >e »»* II •( n » 

Cumae! Mi Rainier*, f l.'lk 
Night oi Day 

. SPRING SPECIAL 
S7950 Pr.cr Slashed S7950 

tn-aied in one of (ha lira*! rev 
t'e«uw1 af*" ft the c li * «ur 
ruutided by gnnd home' thia new 
■ ream y'.urcn bou»a 1 »'»r» old <• 
a genuine tipporuiiilty thwt ra.eiy 
pr*»ar, I* n»al* a( thi* reduced ft* - 
ur» Van attractive on iha av 
lar'or wl'h roll-awgy Du mid ronr 
vpadoui rail e*meni a'apa lota y 
groiir,rt* with crawirr fanr*. »gfl- 
lar.diaapad with alirub* good »»r- 
rtat> and many young fruit trweg 
Wall damrarad thmugh'ul llylng- 
room apprntimatrly 19' long wak 
floor*. 3 anaalnua bedawwm* era 
ISvl? kitchen 1 4a 19 na«;gravi for 
mnde-a yfflrlMty wilh mane auw- 
hoarrt* and •lirardu alrvb 4-r'»c* 
Pembroke bathroom Venetian 
Mind* Ihanughout tneulafed wall* 
and celling npek Won' Full high 
haaemarl hot air furnace piped •« 
all rcrf'i* Drive-In gwraga Th' • 
hunt at thlv wr'aa will be mid *< 
pore and p'r>*padl»» pi|?e 1 »B.e«v 
akawia aa« a kNfcadtaf* I iNgia — » 
a rallaUf 

For Dai alia Cnriaat Mr Baundart 
n 4?a( Nigh* or Day 


GEORGE RANDALL'S 

116$ DOUGLAS ST — O >10* 


WHITTOMES 


e. ,,•.!«/, L»,oU value TteWl 
airaugia P.;l p> .» 

Mr llklch a 44» Eva 


$8700 


, DEAN HErGHTS 
4 YEARS OLD 

L<»a,y tlucru buna* uw iu»uiakfd lull 
L*>< Wet)'- f‘P»U h.-l-au hr ail * drive n 
g*>.g« La'». >o*» i piuiti . i iWl >a It 

• • • l »• a. «;!)•,/ I da UV" A 

■ '• ' ' urnr a’ a cwgawnaple p/i, a larma 

SI 0.500 

Mr Clgn I awT Bveoiitg 

$950 DOWN 
FAIRFIELD SPECIAL 


i>v 'uom. 1^)1 ba*«o,*ii( pii» 

'T o* 1 * '' r «» 

It'SIlJ gi-irt v» ue on rrit'a. 
r<m* Full pr'.e 

M- llaHli G 4t*u Eva: 


$6700 


S 1 500 DOWN 
MONTHLY PAYMENTS 


a uu una Bui - vciv \<fa'- an. 
• u j* Waik-ng dNitiii'i 

A real bargaic, a: • 

Mi IMMan. U 9493. f 


a 1 . S>a 

*■•« e ago 


$5250 


PORTAGE INLET 
CHOICE WATERFRONT 

F r,e ftve-ro m home wuh anuthwrla fgc'ng, 
baaamanl piped furnace Kite ,«L Wav 
dtrful view aar'Udad. ha»<1i Raalir g>*<4 
value If ll ia be waia.-froot. thl* u it. 

| You ranrurt do bat-.ar at the # -v-yr/i 
I pne# Only 5//0U 

Mr Klrkw. CofquKa I lax Browing 

MT. TOLMIE DISTRICT 
RETIRED COUPLE'S DELIGHT 

j Iwawly fnur-rwnm #• >c*« *.,uta »w ».*•- 
1 n»ac wirai for range Fruit trr>« maw 

g*'rt»i Con-.f' ■ lah a a / j uv| T* • • 

Anr I'Ve hivove In a ft a dll- * ,aa« 
| incl t* hi » li la*i* or t» 50UUU 

Mr w nigiM Evening (I Tali 

1 1 a MILE CIRCLE 
BURNSIDE AREA 

/Vt,» Mi» lnvrliril fire r,nm l* 1 . *• ••»§ 
. warki aim ai n»» t i«n . 

«••• rpava laraa luaM. 1,1 piped hoi a. a 
I healing Wire*.' fn ru t' n».* 1 a»»i I -rhan 
I WlM. d'l.ghtfu! • opt—a-rt* r.» ami, .i,*| 

va.u* r*-.ta auiia In batanirr,. Oi » acre 

$7950 

M' Chntten**n r *44*. Kvani/g 

CAPITAL CITY REALTY 


Me rORMOfl ANt M 


ft 1*33 t 1144 


OAK BAY 


VICTORIA, pi 


the bu* row 1 ' Four briglit voom* pl'iv ail 
ail ra fu ifh'd mom m 4h* ba an.etH 
P'etiiy o» cupboard* and acil d*‘a i'"t | 

mifja/ailent $6850 

Cootarl M E flra.ihwgllf, Evay . G 4991 | 


Four-room cua) bung.,.,* oh ana of larcj . 

Lovely llvli g aonm w.«h l.rap • la < - . . 

•lie hart.o ,«4 kltrha.i 0 >i ,lng-r«.«m r , rw , m ... 

and toliai BeauUful iawvjg. (run l«a» h l 

Lower* ra.'pbar rir* god M/awbarri- . , - (Ilht JL” 

! vagat ah la. Fronkii g nr, high**' ».».r „ rh havt.T M 

hr • c%' " ,m * m ‘ n> • $55oo xuvj? 


CENTRAL REALTY 


HIGH GORGE 


H B crtAHi 


mg-ruom Wl'h a'vPtna.ni n(f modern * ' » 
chan. 1 hadronm*. 3 hattiniwma «l*n '.u.vr 
r iovpu* room 3 aaraga.* O'l-O-Mall* haa’ i 
of anil rva Duruld ruof. pa, IP wild a ha 

Sli" $ 21,000 

Evea E 9<>0i, K D Maraland (M)M>» I 


OAK BAY 


571 000 T”** vov bhould ikvbbtioate if it Modern 3-Yeor-Old Bungolow 

i , B A JIOMr rou Di ^ IRJt . . . _ a 

HAULTAIN . . . 6 L0 !*. ly R0 ° mS 


AMrai'lve ' ro"m hwvgwlww rumpr,»i"g 
wide through hall I»»»a1» I'VU t r..AHi. ft.a- 
! ri.if rah -trl kH 'van J a -acmi* had 
I Minn 1 iliac » t»'h full rainrnt !>«*• 
j p,ar,l, tint aia Urlva-In gwrag' lava . 

» '• Rfa gr.mnd* *aiaral « A*jnf) I In me 

fruit tree* Fr'tart right a* JOJuU | 

Can) act F O Williams. Era* O *4J7 


BRAND NEW 3 BEDROOM 
BUNGALOW 


Jilkl bajpg rooipleled 1> U|l. haw lurir-oad. 
(...m nuigalow In on# e: me haw di»vric'* 
In Ina n.'v rvrtrhaad heat piped to all 
rw.m* Owner nuil *•!! aula* »• ha. 

offered thia at a sacrifice price ai d ywn 


ij, 4.1 non *a»h ar,rt mortgage 
V#r lu'tabU f,-r ra'iiad i pupM 

FLASH' BEST BUY IN 
OAK BAY! 

A Family Home ond 
Investment 


■,<v ',icrn lij'llint in a da«is*b> Tail B( 
Iji. Bar Witn ihn.uan ball large tlvr.a. 
room ar,d attractive firepiar. b.aaiia*! 
nvw.a and hrignt rabl.ia kitrlvan 4-ata" , 
Fantpyrifca hwlhiram 1 fund *i*a bad.nniti* 
iarh havt.ia twin r Jn»» " Hlalt bat*i.i».,l | 
will, ll A ru.nara arid dft«a n garat' 
mi-no. ha»a p*i**iblllli*» uf Paint piarta 


tii/arllvy by lanrtM-at'in* 
i 


REVENUE $2500 
SELF-CONTAINED SUlTtS 


$9950 


A>* fo. Mr Da ' it 


WHY PAY 55 MILLS? 


HAGAR & SWAYNE LTD 

VIEW AT BflOAD 0 4191-9 3 

Mrmbar Baai Ralalt Bakrd of Vlcliirla 


C. N. MONTAGUE CO, 


charming 4 -year old cedar *bake J 


Situ a lad on a quiet n'reat oi.iy nr, a binck t 

IPh*. mnt*t other lotftly homa*. ** thia iy n (n0 d at real 


ran hart gund term* low It * -y c-j C /I e .. 

POOMS IN FAIRFIELD J **'* ru “ * f,rr •“ n '• ,m ‘ «•»•.' “’irTn' "»* . n .. 't-m* 

KUU/V13 IIN rnmnCLL/ Am far HsrKW War* Ewfitiag B 14*1 l Pgaaafpai fwuwi wv.'io-a.ng gpw Fa.nbmba 


. ... ■ I PBB On grind alraar Thl* la •« wldac <yee 

rop.iiart bungalow Vary nxrftarn In rtaelgr ■JbwW'lhg whll* *iuccq bungalow From lha | home in vary »,md eondlllot, Good * ra 1 
and killing fovrd calling* tapavtr* f*t«IMB4 through hall wa enter a apadoita | living -rnaur large kitchen, and paeir 


pla lar par.i'irl f 1 o<,iy In liyitg-rnnin ar,d llrlhg-rpwwi wlllv d*»o fireplace through Twa bart-oum 


tl'ad .i»ik li* Inrcly cabinet kl'chan !''r»ri<h ih'wf In tha •uaat-xlia din « lovalt ground*. l»-n hack and * 


New fgvaie 


Two gond-.iyad b"lrn«i»r« fli laheif Hi a', 
tractive hrlvapir rheary Hrtv'ut In *ra kltfhao wired for rar,ga The Vfa.'ar right al 

'em* living. room 4-p-a Fambrow* bath | i>ednu m P. bright and airy w"«t U'ara ruPir ,, f t„rnrriat:nn Day 


rtiom and thanra in a 
kitchen wired far range 


modern Iliad | fttiH Iren Tba aliore 1 * p/Yad 


$5750 


FAIRFIELD 

$10,750 $10,750 

THE BUY OF THE YEAR 


ball.e uu and dow.i Title 
a food liiraatoteirt lard I 
vatu* each vear. KeJu.nl , 
»1 ynw ro» q„i, . .. '.n,o 
>7 7MI w u| f.ai ole. 


ifTK! ond f-Yaar-OW gtwi* Bungalow on j'.-mii*| 

elrcla. alnaa to -toTC* wnd h,»» I fni 
Cnt ., i cyaoni with fireplace and nak flop.*. 3 

I bright bedroom, a pier* Fambrnka bail* 
a'h at vour b»'g j rnor Pd* of“cupboarrt aware W'ii 1 bbre- 
p.u» tVui.de /. •*( with AUTOM A Tir Oil luo.a ' Mac- 

in* ii* Pain.ji Hi tr,» water healer |« jndr* tra>* and dn»r 
Thl* I* daf.wtiely m ear**' Meal lot retired coup" Anuut 
li r edging in | half ca«h em tOCn/l 

( I I onn hgndle jO JU j 

3 I I au for M. lint, ot 


bala.xa tu 

revenue F' 


■ a nl the . My 
i» III* pa. 

dlh and #• 


$10,500 


N« ha iroia. it Adjrtnlng g«ra«a Home l* ere twp mora ballroom* all with deep 

inauiai'd in.lud*-| in ih* va»y aurarivr elnaafv The balhronn U thrr»-pic' » 

pgicc of Fambrnka Thara 1 . a full ba*emer,t allh | 

/Ikll V (CD Aft piped furnace laundry trayw and a ««»*- I 

UNLT.gOOUv) In garage Tlu h"me alao riaa nak flow* 

[ rayed celling* arrl any amourt of tup- 

kra theya aura* riaateic water heater, hoard* Vary preitr lawn* garlen wed 


ONLY $6800 


$•34 BLANBHMtD A7 FOIIT 


Va.i'ilan bnivdk gat range, garbate huruar. I fruit TnU I* a bargain 
C IJ'.I •"»1 oil hrAttr | h . 


$11,500 


con i art T Wa'*»*. (> *»4i 
C. H Word, ONM 

JAMES BAY 
NEAR THE SEA 


Doc, . ra- up ' ii’.v gaiiuina cppnri unity 
For further rartlculara plaa-a rail 
W ll Hall. Colq 330 W 


UPLANDS I W ll nan com mow CORDOVA BAY SEAFRONT 

THREE EXCLUSIVE HOMES | ! live in on* ot lha world* most tiaaulif.il 

sight rooms « 1 7 caq VERNON MARTIN & CO. ^',;i.'"*’t ii'» i ^I l tf , t rcrhi 

baihrooena — - JH / .JW lAAITCPk view* of t'va *aa a, 4 i*>a: A* Or Ihia 

....ga nor, M"|. » , n enn LI/VU I tu ntcaiy lahdtcai.ad lot •» a cnee it.jrro 

* S 1 9,500 V1RW mfcrr *'* 


’ ^ '' Vary clean b-rouwi but, g. low tiwirg-rvimn 

and flraplwra ? hadfOofli. J-piaip 

ha tit room Kitchen. l»r»a ln| with gar- 

CORDOVA BAY SEAFRONT dan ..rt f ,l iraa Lo u*r* A *n-J 

p,.e fur full et 7^0 

iva in m.a of in* worid* B*H beaul'f .l nttrw J>“e» "Y 


RIGHT ROOMS < 1 7 CAfl 

1 balbroona* — - I / . JV313 

PBVtK ROT, MB, d 1 O C/1A 

3 bethioom* JIT , 

rSKSS* $25,000 

Them Baau'lfwl Home* May Hr InvpecttO 
by Appointment Only 


LIMITED 


GORGE 

A w»a( I mom 44 u cu bungalow w"h a.' * STEWART CLARK & C 

r**m In full bate .men I Fine fenced fe.rtr, _ , _ , . - , 

Hci.caie garage «>w.«ae will ruo-ldar pa "I CALL G 101 I • G 1933 

■ rade tor r*»aoua hum* or dupld 4 i , 

$73501 

cal. Mr OTOW... Jim LAKEFP.ONTAGE 

REVENUE: NETTING 15% 


$6800 Two Uap>« dwwUlrvga mi are lot Ore 

VIFW ROY AL u kl'le -ny-.ide ’anted al >13 each ..'if 

view* ., «o. 'ruled :»r.<« On* up-iad -dawn 

A CHARMING PROPERTY • 

(awn* roaberlek. quiet wcuyd* Including u«m ard maiutanahra. *<«» 
river ’ The horn* «/*i«»i»t* of *1 0Oi inor‘«a«r rnuid b* a»*uitiad and tu 
twin* With HrllllklM flewplac' 20 par cant an equity ff OOCA 


Ll/Vll I CD I r.ireiy iaiidM-atifd lot •» a i"*v tlnc.o 

... hungwlow of four room* and bath, with I 

7I» Vllnl STHF-fT full basement and veperal* garatr Flata | 

It >311 P 73tt flaw* window* In *he living roam to take 

In tha view* and there t* a fireplace Live 
I Member of Rrei K*tgig Bnard of Vlrturlar ti'ra the j»er arpund IA beautiful place 

! paly *** ,M . Th# Br,r * u $8950 

OUADRA-TOLMIE 

STEWART CLARK & CO. Mndarci while aiding bungalow )u*l I year* I 

/-A. I r- 10.1 f iav-v -1 e,li mmprikin* entrance hall, llving-nioni 

CALL G 101 1 - G 1933 • Yh Ilk, 'imr and fireplace dln*l:» all | 

. with caved ewtimia Modem compact 

It lichen, tile *.fi». utility rcom Famtir ,ke 
■ A l/CCDdhlT A/*C beLirocm a!»o two ga-vd bedirMRi' U4*4 

L^htrKDIN I AVjt gardar, lo: 7 ti;i hum# could not be re- 

REVENUE: NETTING 15% SS? 5?,^ ^ S6300 

Two U j ti a* rtwailingt no ana lat Ore A** inr Mr Carpenter 


leading "u? a river TTvr ham* mrjsuiv of 41 0 C*i mor 
Urge flvlng-ronnv with Heetilaior llrwjilar. 99 par ear 
3 bedrowm*. kitchen Pembroke baih Mod ] Full priee 
•m future*. a *aparata gwraga »r*'l • 

*pfk*hep or aiudiu. DM* to modam | _ 

m $6800 ... _ c 


$8950 


NEAR JUBILEE 
7- ROOM BUNGALOW 
$6950 ONLY $6950 


Contact Blah Hyland. F'e* 0.1 14H 

1934 OOVBKHMgNT *T*tm <1*34 

A Member cl the Real Batata B«*cd Pt 

Victoria 


WATERFRONT 
Close »o Beacon Hill ParK 
7 Rooms, Double Plumbing 
Ha»-Woter Heating 
Panoramic Unobstructed 
Sea Views 


to rear ofi" |nn th'» fadr lear-oM 7I1RKF _ 

RKtlHfXIM STUCCO Hl'MDAtOW I- - » ON D 

of th* h»*» b..j# wr h»v» had tor mar,* 
a vaar. II ha* a IA.#» HyiPg-rnoin 1* » I* h mgalew wnn . • u 
[ pirn flranlB'-e. r'.ala *'"* wlnd"»« i w»iu aii'.n futna a 
I III, mg r«w’ni M'.darn kll'lian wl'h Iliad dll pi* i l/rvdt.pr *d 

| link thruuch nail Tan larga twin-*i»ad *i 
) r,ad!wonif and one •m*U»r Ha'dwnail i Itaaaojiabla tar 
Hurra Fei.r tna * ParnrOOtv* High t,a»a- j 
mad. aai«maflr goal wl<*k»*. D*na.in C A ID CD 

1 ga'aga Bltuaied in the west d'*tri«i to' rrSIKFI 

1 Fairfield. elu»a to >» howl* P^d tven*- 
l.nrigf inn wllfcn Walking w 1 /I 7 C /1 '”'V ** ,r ' r ’ 

rt'Sianra to town Frlra wnty 2 I \Ji ’ JU '‘ r 1 

Term* , ,,r * "°- 

kiraa.* nak 

mil Ja,k Brown (yaplng* 0 4#:# an nai, U'a 


A MILLION DOLLAR VIEW 
ON DALLAS ROAD 


5-ROOM BUNGALOW 
AND 3 ACRES 


!»,. »*/• k. 

, | ill.M. f 


$6100 


FAIRFIELD-GONZALES 


$10,750 


MOREY'S 3 BEST BUYS 

' $7850 

SUP 01 * si 000 

FAIRFHQX). WlOfFT ayncA 

rooms i/yju 

Ask for M Mora 


11 * r. t* an avrapi.i, *|iy 1 a tour an,, 
one hilf-ynnm modar.i ku|,g"Mt Jv , 1 

Moa ear* old. mi <••’* af 9atr'i*id» li«vt 
»'.♦*>* nak I'nafi lira, , a a. reb' .av 
to > nau U’a *lr,l Twin kle* hedre< nv 
■ ana gave i in ■ > ill drive- 

• «;*(*. luli.no'i hn> air luri.ara l.aarty 

SKT “ ra ,n,u lf - $8950 

Tarma arrangavl 


flat* 1 O'" of 'ha pa rt offari..g« wr ha a 

. j Had* >w IM* al* ot ft no*'". There* , 
r a g.riMnv gturro r.m t*i ,» with * liaioe- 

} 'ooui d'noi'a 3 brdrwmt >-pler* bath- I 
1 «nvn. V.tch*n with i.ral paotrr off wt.hj 
of , aOlnat" Camai’i tiwstfnatil hat 
II A turn*’ a Kaparai* *»,*»» TTv* '.and 
ik ah rla«r*u #t.d . evrellant pa*tu:» I* i d j 
1 lullat'.a for email frvllrt Jmt Ihklrta 
mil* r tale At lhi» prlra It tfOTlAn 
'• yrprr»*m* a harggjn JOUUU 

A » for M' TdII 


$8950 Jw*t rwMiplned b* «>••• af Vv/'o/i* • he.' 

inged. , ] k-il der* I* Ihl* 6- room h iog«l«a «ti, * 

q-jiai • I real in • nua pan of rut fvav 
I AMrenen rwiRtUnt Hoar Plan ha.< thrmig., hail 

LnlNurv“D iaa*e ttying runm won tome uniau* end 

try If* p u( » I,, ((*>• d'-i'r’ft 1 *fP*bJlhc tawiurev d.nlr.g-rown, rate m 
I viu| ri!rl,*ti w<r*d foe aiarlri. r*.i«a and 
FIK-na Mr raphe, .or, 04153 *"b •'» «»»• *' 

’ aw*", bartrwuwk with large rhiaat* and 4 
1 p»-» pamht a a haihf.-'o 1 8o‘.*ndld Mali 
I ha.amar.t allh AUTOMATIC <<ll. furnara 
1 ■ 1 e,*e*"te dnrr.avtlc water haetat and drl'a- 

|^.vr^ $11,250 

Ik h(Y- our n.a'lo — >1 » tut I A»* fee Mr Brawin gva* t 4lU 


OAK BAY 

NEW RANCH TYPE 


LANGFORD 


Bin • a ' ■ r* at iv* but* In th>* «'• 


SUPER REALTY LTD 


74* YATYR FtBlIT 


FHOHK O CA7g 


S 11. 250 


a la no’ mi, itva'lo— H * kuf 
p-,»li aa> • 


$6850 - FAIRFIELD - $6850 


Wonderful b«j» fur A fomiii mai. or goth*- 1 1 
on* who would lira to rar’ J ot 1 ropir • |«v iw 
Mr. Thl* *- room hungwlow W r».ru - wa 
p'nkr wi.h a full aavamant piped lorugaa h. 
kr,l a hire prnpaaiv m garden and la*ii> »a 
•jmbj.i4mN.nl.. $695Q £ 


OAK BAY SOUTH 


Bvag CpB Mr B*tU. t JATf | 9 vir: 

HAULTAIN i 

NEAR FERNWOOD HILL 

Mara tW • aarv W»ll-k*o' d-rnimv h«ni > , \ M * ttu 
obI» I year* eld Vary nice living root. Kro.rn at • 
fttll-gMe dlnlng-rooit) 1 Insely be.lri>«n,v ( TTvrwngh b* 


OIL O-MATV AIR-CONI) HKATINU 
QUIF7 BECLL’DFD U3CATION 


and mndarii rablri#' tilirhen Oond hakll"* fw '™ *rr «■ 
Thl# homa definite!* aeukf not be b i'll for aiarirlc al'C 
•he prlaa A'k'd B*< this weU-bllh heir, linoleum ■ 
hafor. buying S85 qq 


A gnlppa'l a rt •-’•noitilral-to-run bum* 
lu vp-i lc'i /uiid ’lor A Bn# Im-allon in Svtntri 
a n.ra y l.-aart »r,d perk -Mia are, small . 
aarluilau garde, ewutnarn avpnsu'a . " 

MM rrn,.i n t*«? of hna«* malaria , l 
K io.rn gg:*ndC w.'h half-nmhrr affar' 

Through h*l ellh F'errh dvwrs tw ttwlri# | — — 
wm gf * ,, w a , to d.rving-ioum compart | 
aiarirlc kl'd *B 'Had air k and Inlaid _ _ 

linoleum • j* valnumi fuu»- TWO 

p w* Palljraum luiaid “Bk floor* a„d Vane- 
I kB b’.lnd* Built- t, basamai.' a«l'* fln- I Vary * 


,«* Mr. Crg.g r gp#7 Mr Brut ton. 
S m3. Mr. Carpenur. O I2lk 


TWO IN OAK BAY SOUTH j ust $9500 With $3300 Cosh 


• I Centra'le loraiad In flrs-.-clart ra- dentlal 

I tf>.Pi<w-.ed nbpJta '.'■rgtlo -ivvelv duinrl ara* ih't aukPUnllal attract'** ala- ream j 

\ ii, • home i» m oakutltul modi ' com- basatnat.' km, gale* hat inyaiv lag *>,d gar- ' 

I prising e da antr*n- a and th'nwth hall* i dan Reretvtng entrance hall aparlnua t 

aa*. yii g-i-rf'w, w th wpai. fireplace, hu ’• a, .a Bln* Man l:tirg rrrf.m-rtiring 'nnm wuh 

! In honkauva *r*r d.jur.f-rnott' large . sb'.- f'r»B'»ir kitchen ar.g n«i *ry DKN tVCTH | L 

a- I i r • gi'.chai, with gws rang* Mt .|tf T'" r, rtl. IrtRtFCACT Tw# hedrnnmv and bwthrwom I r 

in tw . ba>lr . ip balnri--««, anmla* WIT' ITHMS »J *90 rath ha .’iw la-m. t 

wav la ' d:’.f w !n two le.r » Pe< 1 rr»n'i arid, 

arTa m *t.r ;pi^Hna^vT.'?L.m | 58950-OAK BAY^-58950 r-i'V.:,; 

In ga * age Beautiful lanrttcwpa/1 grnnnat, I ... at 

.•s khrwba rr— gwrdew frill' r Oil-0-MotlC Hoi WotCT 

r«r»!»ti Vrrr iridnrr. i« |tr*p*rty nf lf»t% 

rll" taaV.ab'a Ta ri«w cat. u A Camp- ] |j n.yi CASH. BA131NLX MjuMHIT A leva 

ball. Ituma ph<v/l< B 4943 I bungalnl 

Near !ha tea thi* wa'l-anndli lured. fuT 1 |,av*ma„ 
H<| ... 1 hakansa'il. f*miV hnina ha« 7HBKX BKD- haall. * 

° | pooxip pa'hrMim up«i*it* Cum- ' tnnrtgrn' 

DEAN HEIGHTS 1 hinailn* liking rowm- dining with f ranla. a ^dvaem 

iwn hadronm* and fam.t* kitihau. down ' u i|u(v , 

New, N H A Built Bunqolow hanarata garaga Ideal for Juylatlng 

.. . . . . , . L B ali-fat rad W'odoMlv* Iwt Ta'aw »JJ '* J , 


EXCLUSIVE 

S I IOPD V 1 g-rm-mfd gefni Wngaiew. oyerinoking aa* | 

ywr wi jlrMsaL T Irani w.ib MrwwgJt her. •*<** room I 

A TI RACTIVF l.wya ewillngj fir»wl*r* g*»al-*'»a dmii g- 

r> rvnv. i . g u tM ,i* hi.vh floe.k aabln'l kttahan with 

L ITTLE BIT OF wired fa» ran ga « pier# hathronm 3 I 

I benrnamt dr>wn rur.ft.ro »lalr* tu I* '#• j 

E 'VEN j hedt-mei up , p’na.it W*. ament eutwmwllr | 

hot-* It oil i’*«Uhf, Uuv.d'v tu'k ala- trie J 
k«’KNlC BAAMi.ll T- a«i fnr 1 h*kt*rt rt'-ma lie bot w«f»r lapara.a **.- j 
. a/Qcn are - p (,/#• 'a. .0 garde 

90 / JU ernem'r 'al vheu''* III *o gnrfl *'*'* irt 

Term' aqhtirtarac i raweir Amur 44 Wrft rath * it f.andla hat- I 

. r - * * o' dll 7Crt 


UNOBSTRUCTED VIEW 
STRAITS AND MOUNTAINS 


$8950— OAK BAY— $8950 
. Oil-O-Motic Hot Woter 

17 094 CASH. flAt-AMLX MuMMlT 


$6950 


SAANICH- 2 MILE CIRCLE 
$1500 CASH 


»lr furnar. high Wir«nni «'na 

r .o ? , V. , ^.:-YT d $5250 

Flaa.a A.k fnr Mr R rtl.i*« 

I vaoing* n l »1 

MODERN DUPLEX 
SELL OR TRADE 

tea ball' a tl.aae u IM, ball** y*l * 
In Viainrta tana a Ir.veir 4 loom 
tuna ni, *,.i\jrrt fli'ot and an 
'dually t,ia* 9-vnnrr* lull* up yatilggl 

• o Caarty raliaMa ta»ianl, full 
haramti 1 wilh ell air -rundKlDnad 
heal rtrlv* Ii, garaa# rumou* 
rmwi a:, Tl.a qualliv nf maiari*<a 
and worMBatKivip ihraughoui fill 
■•and the m. »t rigid in apart v»n 
rta.iap VI rof, alder Dad* On 4 n- 

• roeik hill, cal', a IP gaod dlatrlrt 
«r ah/, r •< c* - tv tu handle n • 

2°”" $15,750 

Flea.# etk fnr Tad 1 uptnn 
Xvenlngg u 397T 

SUMMER COTTAGES 

ffa.a i* an opportunity to nor a 
Bummer h-ma of y w ur ewn I ha.a 
thl.tr love, y aoit aga" on Iwpgfn-U 
• 

pri/aa rang* from 13 >0d tu >4 100 
Term* if d**liad 

HERE'S A BUY 

4 rcxim hnm* t% milaa nu' livvrf 
rm.m kitrhkv 3 hedrnnm*. 3 p,a 
hath large Int, BO »l*pr a rrt' 

& :r ,hU $2650 
$700 DOWrj 

A rt 4/' par a*’ a.v ih *> ,j . l.it 1 
maim unlmtahad hnu*a o< 3'a **»•» 


DEAN HEIGHTS 


A leva,' 3-je*r-o»d Ingalafad »i , rw 4-room p r ,,» 
kunlart * w-lth eal-u-iii g g#r#g» '-a , 

1, aaama.it, tliarafw.a (in *t*(» tu aiMWh Oil 
haall. * lane • ahlna- gllghen BH»iy 1 
marteru llaii.r rwa w "t fir»,i*,* Taw I 
bartvmmv 4 pi*'* pambrek* he m and, J 
utility r'muv Truly a mar IB*" som* 

For fuibar paMrf-ulgfg plaw'a call 

Mr. Hen. C''ii)rfltt 1V> V K>*r,lv,ga 


• aly dakigr'd 'antlly homa 


Ptea. can Mr Leant. G >143 
Wa Appr4«laia Your U*'lr,|’ Oflll 


ivi ed pwntt- iaunrt’' a Ith tlacdl* plumb ju»t 19 vaar* oid Large ll* n* room, lovai* 

tr,g flrap’iuif garaga Inaulaiart « d dming-nxm wl'h bay wmdo* Spanou 

weather a'rtpeed A verv afflriant heat- ta*,itl(ul1| tpudaru kitcbar,. 3 badroorr.v 


White v arm ar.d r»».l? tnvart llwtng-rpnm 
with flraplB'-a haifwav, haadwand fl/M"*, 
eectrir cabin* kiirhen w:ih din|r.g-tp#,a 


$7500 - FAIRFIELD 


] weather a'Mpwed A var. efflr.eni heat- tea .ufuiiy *c4*r:i k'Kbab. 3 badromr* V, L . *- V.ne.'L.. . a*!.-* with hat 

I In* unit T.gaa culy gtr II *04 > par a.,g ha hrawen dawr, I l.r.a badrwem and yTl.r?i fit. a j firMf, fir •ITT ' 

p flOX»-Jn. -- a » " g ts»rs,r arar* joas^a ' ;£r V-v... L t; : 
$ 1 1 ' 85 ° : r, ,rra*s s* $ 1 5 , 500 . 


a. LiATt.rn irrw.-T- run iicn/t I *** r Id r M <•*' -.ni# wau-ouut. 

ANOTHER KENT EXCLUSIVE w prwBmTo.f bcldiuo - 

SVXNINO! MB CTWTANCX I 1»3d Evctuklvai 

BEAUTIFUL »* M " 

6-ROOM FAMILY HOME p ANC 

Among Other Special Home* OAK BAY— 2 YEARS OLD 1 

Finest and Highest rm* tan tr nv* right intw Uti* B*wt lift, a Wwli-Pultt 

. ....... h/’Bif Lit .Bg-mtnn with attractive fire- of 4 fnnvrt 

HIGH OUADRA P'*<» and 111 tlwarv Dlnlr,e-n>oni rah- ba'hreon!' 

V..W mat kitrha with Had link. 1 bad row, ». and tr.n,* 

DC5COI 1C /IPOI INin^ 'rt aht mmlarn Mif,nwn FU11 avmant *od full 

GOKocUUj uKuUiNUj Patwmeat i»« h.ei bill* at wail* ate In- ! owner i on 
absolutely nnttitoc finer In *u'at4«l, Low taiet I/welr little gardan kalanrg at 
U vtr.r M* Mf thi* .iv-lal pew* 1 • , ‘ Cl tr * 1 ‘ Mem Ail thi# an <UIN »’reet Full price 
Zr% e^Tffar lulwm aVT'T* eSSr. Be. 3 


Well -built, neat *; d aitractiva k-raon ' 
wtucco b-urgalAw in beautiful candlttan j 

s;r, r: $ 10,700 


vuv. k-r«on ] fine Family home 

ui candlttan j 

$10,700 J tr ®ct, High Location 


MiMtrrn fwur-rwom illhcq, be«»m»',t. bjn- 

J alew with hat-air ptp«d furh#’* #> d 
M»e-lh gara** From iifct.an wired fa' 
electric range Frntactlyg entrance h*J 
lo large front rowot (flrettga# Pam- 
bieka hathm'.iw and two bedroom* 
Raav/nabia ta«e* 

Ftaoee Call K 1117 Mr Tharnfloa 


VERNON MARTIN & CO 
LIMITED 


OAK BAY— 2 YEARS OLD 


da* Ml** Blaakrey. tvenlng. O IM* 

PANORAMIC VIEW AND 
REVENUE 


In the Ot-rge-To c’.pv# *n e*lat# UH* w*|I- 
g»P’ horn* it efferad for gutrk **ie Ac- 
| Mttniwiiirr, icelud** er.t'»nre Ball. Unng- 
ro:,m With fire p'.are dlnlr-t-mem a'J It w, 
| flwart eaMngt tar chan ha'hrn-tr three 
I baitMMift.v and trur-k :*•* Good bakareet.i 
with tub* H A p.pad turn*/ a extra lull#' 
BaPWfgl* g*r*ga N.a Duroid root Ooort 


MEHAREY & CO. LTD 


RIAL «*TATB— INgllBANCX 
STOCKS AND BOf«D8 


You can B*V| right Intw U»i* B**t IHtlg Wpl'.-ptwlt ;',narv frary,# lx u*« c.ih«t«'lhg ' f!?. a 5 Ia » ' 

Bom# Ll* .fia-rwvn with attracllre fire- of 4 fnrrv,#hrd and 1 unfurnt*h*d .utl# 3 , •• r0 " r4J - p co * ■ 
place and i *k »*«.,«. Dlnlng^ywom. rab- . ba’hroomv donMe gara** », pi«c* ta bua ' 

inai kiirhe with lied link. 1 bedraotnw. and khapptn* dutrirt Ravatiu* »t*;em*nt ...... . _ _ _ . _ _ - 

*•» «*»« W»o.'*rn kai'-oean FU 1 I #a»*r>t *Bd *u:i parti alar* an rtggg*' 1 •• SWINERTON A CO l f) 

B**wm*al I— foot bUl* at wall, are ta- owner, c niy r*,.q„ rp r ewtllnt Half f**n, ^ 1 0 v * vy ' 1 

nilattrt Low late* l/i*#lr little *ardan bataura arranaad , ft/ v *34 BNODOTITON BTBXH §71*1 • 

dl writ* J I / OUU ... , „ 


UPLANDS SLOPE 


13* Via* Street 


'Member af Baal lat*:* Baa'd af YtctdC*, 


' OPEN HOUSE" 

OAK BAY 
2091 TOWrsfoY 
(2 »o 5 — Sunday Afternoon) 


r : r $11,750 

ASK Fr.'R T S M<i?.« 

J H WHITTOME & CO 
LIMITED 

>oi GOViRNMr-r »r tuioflu 
n nu 

U.arn af tha Baal F-itala guard 

SEA view 
Al ORDER 
BELOW COST 

i w a cfiABMiNO srrriNo wru- b*'"R 

PK'.M ROAD on wsi# #C'* a «iWla't»*liy 
b-jlii bwgwlww containing hall lit , 1 (• 
I rooir.. open firemara dlnalt# :•« b*l- 
rwmv ard 1 piasw P#»h»"a*wt. tea* attr* 
live k'Kiiayi. lull havaiwa.,' Ifn'-air Icr- 
I • ■'* warm bedroom or pan l-ow tu** 
Aurrawi tad b* au parts, mada- hnn.a* 
Tarma It MM cath ant Ch 

Baiarrv 4'#\ Prta* I JU 


$1200 


ri**»e a#t fir Mr Fair ana# 
■ventne* o !g 4 g 


GORGE 


I ti.*< a kalh'aor 
'*.,< wh dryae n 
t> >.14 /mmertiai, 


$6300 


• •* to fu- Kai'l. Mkafar 
Fv*t, t.igv <j *S74 


RIDINGS REALTY 

>7 !!>• flKOAD B'hktT tit; 


PROSPECT LAKE 


ca^rin *•' BMS dm 

t»." JOJvU b'ov r.g •*•- an mu |. >,. > 

rtivr.aw t/ypoi 'u.i ,, e„ o-.i a mgely aou'.frr |"», u . 

i *r'y *• • prua mw viwm i,.ark»t 

I JVJ »*',» ik» h v .» |* wa t- built wnd ■» . 

■« ten. a -< rtt’, 1 ’ g • rono, 11 ^-a 

I tenirw n-> k'v. ha, art d bv'.h'evm . Ow «r?p 
I ttayrat #»ulrt#t , 1 * a, rrt ot part-Hka *ur. 
rwaniiog- Tn»r# wr* Iw* a- aa# of avabla 
land ar.rt a * ,rf| a# l.arrt Th* view from 
■ 411 » * large veranda of the l»t- and nnyeltli, 

- ' I* a far ir. •►* and re# t W* awall'ated 
I #urwh».a Cty U*<n and at.atiari wa'ar 
I kWFDly Lew •*«** Ow.ier would 
• Idar ro»h offer 


irun KBtwrtpg UVU baaMIful S-rmirr rentre An •teellent * , rv Crtft 

atueww hwrre only 7 year* aid and bull- ter at glU.JW 

»w TitMM. ii"" llratmn. there U wld. B*7< 


O Ovtlit). f '-er,ir.*i O 1944 


through hell, oak floor*. kP*nol lewdert 
rrerveh dworw Iw me. a rocuu Living- 
twwwv boa deep fireplace gue*t-ttv« dining 
ywwvn and than •»’* olfaiettflc Wtrhaa 
with tpng full Ula dratnhowrda Bathrwbm 
la aitra *§** 1*1 tW arriara, celored furt- 
Ula halhtub pltu tiled •*il* Ak»w bb the 
main floor U lovely iwtn-b#d=»t*e bed* 
gwwm. BeauUful cp*n 'talrway i« two 
more bedrowm'. one ot which to unfintohert 
•aaemetit la bright and rwomy with ILA 

R ed furnace dri»» In «*'•#•. lauc-v. 

>■ and #moll ptaytwom. Th* ground. 
•f§ § Birtarv M ih §M wt rKiumMftil 

2UVS?* ,n SI 0/500 

ACT FAJTT nkf ' 

Mr Larwen. Ivenlngw O *0*4 

KENT REALTY LTD 

§■ TTKW STBgrr O *404 


H. W. MILLER & CO. 

iagg go V'biinm g.*<T rr phom a mi 


REVENUE HOME 
SUITE FOR PURCHASER 
TWO SUITES RENTED 

(YltBln walking dltioecn. Claoa Iw *hw»- 

'JST. $6300 


Your Bungaluw Luungg Would B# 
Aaprecia'ad 

GILLESPIE. HART & CO. 
LIMITED 

• rit*blt*ha« iglli 

git FORT STRUTT FHOfl o i|g| 

i Member Rn! tit* 14 Board at Vl tn/tai 


$9500 — EASY TERMS 


KotaMlihed 1404 


Lloyd s Real Estate and 
Insurance Agency 

I AC I BLANBRARD gTSm 
PROhKS a MU. I 9IM 

$4400 ho ** •« 

JWflUw etreet The property a torr 
tor bvuir.*** Ottcnwnk twr- ,ut 


B n . . . . 1 l>d*i kh*t» fieiah Large uving-rowa 

tai. ,! .mVa b-. 1 *. ow ^ halhiwum fu-jy in- *'*d. tap- 

tMi Ctttrminf %-t nirr. 5ui.ia.ov ...... u. M 

iwm t)IU# l» to A»rr,i! mitrt 10 *•** «' 1 ^ r U 

l ,P 0 aquara fevt wuh hardwood Gew.-t JJ? ,..B«l»ien Twp year* aid 

thrvufheu< KlUhan wired fur range. ^ L ~ 1, 

Iftr.lry rovm an maUi Ih« FoD high ' FRJCt 30 / JU 

P# ten#* i with gar. gw and Cron* bot- 
w*iar haw Hi g gvtiam »ir -7 r n 

gn allay, : Whlut at $lj,/DU| MFKTFPMAM fL CD 


LEACH & SPARKS 


1114 BLAMS|f AMD §TRI FT 


$15,750 HEISTERMAN & CO. within city limits 


BAYNE REALTY 

111 Control Bunding B nil at fl** O '*#* 


NORTH SAANICH 


. .... RBW If, MB Tr.it wall hwlll hvtnwolaa with 

• ** 1 | ha d raam i la/f* Uvlng-yvjwin wilh atirpa- 

tlwa I .-aula * boaam** ’ 4ia-,4»»»rtlU«*i*d 1 

1 heating Read: f*» wcruhau»» an Wad 
' I paaday 1 11W an ft Term* and ro.li 

FLASH! ICr 01 ^^ S795Q 

it(7 UWTIl# L/JVgJ Y g-rwwm l-yaaf-Wld Fowr-room aldtr-typa bur, game tat*. 1* 

1 pungama — In > hat** Fjquitnwli larf* He- good rwndHtav* Twa bee.-W'Wn* gawnttalr, 
irig-rawm — d .r.#"* and through hail with ar.d twe ty llvlng-rw<m awd Iw/ge kH- 


$7950 


ftemra ole/trlr 


-nan UK ,e».k 


Rice Iwt frglt traaw Bnuoted In 


EXCLUSIVE LISTING 
325 POBERTSON STREET 

A aa p., 1 , * ,iwai lid- • wib a laraa 
living fra dining - roum with fl'ajila.a. 
•»'«' r haa ay a. "ban tb'V* bart’woWM, 
hkUi.-aaiwi and Uitt0\ aeperat* r.i.i.m- 
•n }>*»»»•,*• 'It • ey ronav |r f„n .e !r a-' 
Pa*em, -vl C Mrt 1, inter liny* to fig 

•»- al'a m rev*'' Can h# *a*w iht, -ugn 
apM'-imwM Th 1 ' .» 4 goad WiLOCCV 
hwv Fr |r. radvad It >Ot jU 

swwie term* fi 


— wwwa W4 crolgOawir Read, paw >-ro 

l aprr far Uli^waUan 4-4 9 » , 

Empire Realty Co. Ltd. , *■ 

IF 7004 

td» YATBB rr. B 1441 I B 


*C*n/\-Or near wife* Cleon hmna * fi«mmer hama iw * vary (••.-*«* i^u inrlwdea p-jed her air r«r- Km jimoit rwaa «• Haag fi-.raat e . cruTi u. . ... , * ^AOSO 

$JOUU rawly ga- .rated »*»da and , Iwatoeu at Deep Cw»W Urgv veranda r,»rt »• tuh.ar.rt ftre;,ra«f garag* f»Bv Write rovfl pWVWMfit wf 47M ?4DUU Stoma ilel* * ^ 

•nt. n*w 1 * th* F.r'itmenv Building* dtertaote* the t A «hDO ' nttm r CQXC.A ,#rfc * — * 

Lei u tfvow yww Uile one 'hoy >4 OUU KAffDLBF Fu . prtro iOODU •*’ , '"** rt * 

con g* 4 B>— V Re* com gnw I pARTRIDGF PFAI TY 

S3900 JTSLrJ ur« ta^ SPARLING AT SIDNEY KING REALTY ' m F*wa*rt*w b«imub jH. G. DALBY & CO LTD. 

'•« the rt*ta 1 to of tteu itoiy and taa* jnw . _ rsfiNtj 1 ' 1 . 

im in M PTATl AOCNT9 SHUHVti.l i 

‘ BBTAfiLIBMKD HR TwIewFrtina Bid nay no I «»» OOYBKftMBjrT (TklT B 


134 Faaooartaa Bullrtlng ' '• U. b/nLU 

Bvarmgy B MAT Fbwwe B 1411 4J4 vitw ginger 


Phwei 4 041 


\ 



‘•IKSU LATlOlt I 


lion jf o fm c 4 X^d 


{Jailif Coltmlat Vicl °' u ' 8C . S»°- A P .J 29 . last 


61 AC'Hf-AGE FOR SALE 


59 PROPERTY FOR SALE 


58 WANTED TO BIT, HOUSES 


HOUSES FOR SALE 


acres mokr on less. s chared 


ROOMED COUHTRY HOME WITH 


K liT-THMI BtnUOyM BUN- 


LAN5DOWNE HEI 


n.»'ii be»*m*nl 
• on Furlong Road. 

-Mint 

Z ms mow no 

>n ut>«! 1 frul'.k g»r* 
pr»«o, I) *oo Home 
Oir-.ea uUH; n», 


,ob I* I 


tod loot ahMl U irclt u«*s, " BiilM, Seat.- 
t.h, un iraMportMlnn. !*•« $5900 

AOJOININO TWIN TO A'TtES Of FIRST 
■ rid »»• ocd growth UU Id • ”•• A 1 *** 

ar , - / M7 $1000 

r. Marconi. r 7)74. *«• U 0425 
or Owner. Co! DM. 

CABELDU At MAY LTD. 

ISIS Brood «U«tl B lit* 


I* Till M«rm el »*# but* at ELIJAH 
niUOKII, 4 «hiH III! at VlGarle. I" 
lk» FraGac* *1 Bruit* Calaiabla. oka 
dlfd *a ik* IMP «] at l*ktaar>. IP 

mi. 


bwvtwood pkoiwtim ' 

QEAFROKT FIVE-ROOM BUNGALOW. 

lovely In ail reap* •*. 

AM cnnvrr lenc»*. Cull J7 JUU 

ar.i a Half acre tun and 
J/UUU m-fjuia bum*. FVuil :(*•» 
No e Waring. 

tfCOC ladt't&on modern bun- 
JJ Zj'U g«:<>*. o„f Mat a half *•»*• 

(>nri Addl'.iei.nl ac;ii|t »iOu per acre. 

& a enn Bob.- -room bungalow, near *«» 
ll»i, cad at pr*»a-l. Term#. 

a«* HAROLO C CltObA 
:tca Or ta Brfiitwood Bay Pbcea I 4l»t 


The laat part of tftla tweutlful area be* 
bam »uBdl»id*d koto iota ana ta nou being 
oltrred lor aala at popular pruaa Irota 
DM TO B1M0 

And In au* from AO to V0‘ Irontega with 
an esrrag* c*rih sf 1*0 , 

ROBLEDA CRESCENT 

Ht-.,at*d Jtt»l east af Uoa 8t, b*ta**n 
Ra- aland ar.u HJcha.da.-ui The rvad ta 
1 *ar na corm,;*'iU4i and »wj mat drita 
■hreogn thu beautiful aubdliUion and see 
Uia lira Jot* offer* d for •*!» Pnrad Irma 


KING REALTY 

B 21 31 


»i ow tto* *:a«. c 

/ UTY BUHtlALOW 
1 J a and aar, 

are 1 1 Vd hard!##, 

l>v-a'iita Realty Co. 

OM11 

r tHOICB WATERFRONT - • SPLENDID 
' J room* aat floor* F*mbc#S* bath- 
room. ti»Mm*'.t. fruit ir*r» grand »»•»- 
but valtaa lll.ooe '.’wncr. Colgate U*B 


email offrr«d for elty •-•-room 
ba*ecn«nt bunga'.uw 

email offared for 4-4- room Falr- 
li*IJ-Uonnl*i lr*«in*t<l One- 


To Refloat 


/-’RCDITORB and athan having Haiwa 
' J at mint! lb* aba*a aatata art required 
to a*r.4 full particular 1 af tucb claim* 14 
Uia und»r*ign«d aollrjior* for tha aiwatm 
«n or teforo tha Jl*t da» of May. A D. 
1A4I. ali*r *Mrti data tba ettat* a •***'* 
• »l ba diitributad. haetnc r»aard only t« 
ruin* of which tha aaarutrti aha*! have 
racckted noura. 

Probata of ih* wt’l *f «ha *b«»c-n*ni*d 
cartatad a a* Uauad by th* VjrtorU R**- 
tairy of tti* Bop'ama Court af Bruuh 
C rlumbia on U:c 12th day of Marrh. AD 
IBB t. 

UrtSTtflMAtf, MASTER * WOOTIOH, 
Bollrltora for tha BaaeutrU, 

Pulta 1 , 741 Yai«a Btraet. 


Japanese snip 

SAN FRANCISCO, April 5s t-D. 
—An attempt will bo mad*» at 
the next high title — expectrd 
early tomorrow— to refloat il“» 
grounded Japanese freighter 
Kenkoku Maru, shipping officials 
said tonight 

.000- ton ve* l 


OKAPnONT PROPBKTr 
|,'XTRA .rTKB I A P.1, B NUMB. HOMT 
J * rooma Oathr-.oai «r> *ach floor. I iU 
b«i*m»ni. hat oater haat. 400 ft 1 ***- 
frsmac* RfauUful a*i:iudad (round* wui« 
Ui'.lnc of oo» *• ra tu flooar* ahriio Irult 
and uixl* t>»*i R**>r»n*nl* larcn* c»n 

ba arrai 4 *d on thla aaiiiabla CO^nn 
pn.party. fu.J prica only J7JUV 

REYNOLDS ROAD 


63 ACREAGE WANTED 


MEHAREY & CO. LID 


U * ANTED TO LBAtil OH KBKT t TO 14 
arraa patlura ki’hlu 4-uula cDtla. 
Barn drairabl* put rot fieaxilUL IIIH 
»am u>»pra aaaadayt 

\\|iirns) to RBsrr " 

' • .*’1 houa* ap. **-2 

About 4 ar 4 uUlta oul. Bot 4019. Color,. at. 


WENMAN DRIVE 

»»-acra la'a. hl«n. paoorrmia fk«B 
(I 444 AND II M0 
Buiidtnf Loana Arrat*(a-1 
Cumplata foruran't B«rvtea 


CORDOVA SAY 
^EA VIEW PliOf'SKIY tt 
n | W lllur, I h-jraa >*. 
rlvarcd Ifn-lool r »J lr 
f**t ad.'uu noa*r Baa 


3*41. Cordova 


The modern 


Ray Road. Alh.i»o 1UR, 


AFFKLLIAI t 


bound cove 80 mile* north of Iter-' 


old. fir* .earlotta ro««iu in prrfart 
IIUsa. »,-irt o»4 fioori. thruutn ha 
hi|!i p aj traa t,*»*ra'it. t eetrlc 
*»:-r lieavtr. II A lorr.aia, drue-.o 

ay*. - «ira Urya (rtonda CIO I 

T •»** 4 1 14. Pfi a 5 I Af 


THE B.C. LAND 

A INVESTMENT AGENCY LTD. 

MS GOVERNMENT B Tti ITT O III 

M*mb*r R*a! Baiala Board of VUtona 


» hnnl. Iicot-m'lo ctrc>. PHona Albl 

14? K aft** ■ p m 


Id oimn. a?**. O Mia 

HERE IS THAT 
HAPPY MEDIUM 

nod«rn »baka bumalow nf « :a-*a 

MludUif tU-dUaUte WUhan . < 

. Tbia hom* h <•' Inp rondl .0 
a '.ad paar Burn*, da and f.iU. um 
r.y cultiaatod lol alth a n r* J,. ■ 
1 • (oud «*ra«* with oeinant fi'jwf 


early today after she lyerame l«>»t 
in a heavy fog and driving V- * 
slorm. Nhe was 1(M miles "If 
her course. 

Less than two f»*pt nf water 
lay around the \i«el at low u 'o 
bmt she remained upright. Gen- 
eral Steamship Corporation, 
A merit agent for Ih# ship, su'd 
aiie was In no danger although 
she had a gaping hole in her 

buttom. 

HOLDS FLOODED 

The muter. Capt. Shiif' 
Fu)imc, *1?, of Osaka, asitl tv.« 
holds Were flooded. Some \\.n.'p 
entered th eftr.lne room ihrougii 
sprung -Keel plates. 

A heavy surf prevented In::# 
from getting lines aboard l .'* 
freighter untl early lonlglit. Tins 
Red Stack tug, The 8e* Fox. 
floated a line to the Krnlioku 
M.ti'u'y side, 

The Kenkoku Maru waa en 
mute from Nagoya. Jatian. to 
San Francisco l- * 
traveling in lKilia«t to pt> k up 
9,000 tops nf grain here. 

Report# to the Coast Guard 
Indicated there were r*l men 
aboard the ship. Four members 
of the crew, who came ashore 
( in a small boat, however, in- 
dicated by slgni tljere were only 
,10 tn the crew. No injuries veer# 
reported. 


a(l«'l,*d 
toad location 
ef,:rd fnr UU'* - ! 


Via Mata Cl-cuta Waiunj 
r,**M en«r* Btan CurciOl 
Li«„ii(i. O 14*1 

Boorman Investment Co. 
Ltd. 

14 YHW rntErr rilONB Bill* 


FARMS FOR SALE 


s»EArnof. rAQB. c 

I ' I'l.lifd 1'jbm r., !*•?*, 

boat and motor Apply 14«« 

s’ EVER • ROOM > AMfll 
f *r*i* lid Mao'r* 

ParJlamml B‘.lldiri(* B ??0 


11 MIL BN. 4 ACHBB. 
• a or-hard. faidan. 
. ctactrMKJr. I* vw 


i lOUVTHY HOME. 

" rUtr fil'd »i» 

rhlck*n run* *watei, 
Bo* 103*. Colon V*l. 


IIOMI LOCATORS REALTY CO 

Ctolral n .i*dlr<( Pbon* O Ul* 

J, W'K* *t. Hr tUfttict. O 4414 


1 ’RTOITOKS ard utlifr* UaTlni claim* 
' a<ai’iat th# *bo*a a*iaia ara r*uuir*>t 
lu aasid fill r»"irji*ry of *uLh clainn to 
il*,a und*»*l#ne» iaI|<|ii>m fur fha ai.ruln* 
an or brio:* U>» Jl»t d»Y nf May. A D. 
14M. a/t»r Whlffl data iha Hiatt'i **«»i* 
*111 ba dttiribuiad ha»te« ra«ard aotr 10 
rlaUn* uf (hirii U»# ««»cut c »B*U Rat* 
ractivad nolle#. 

I’roba*# nf rna kill «>f M>a *ba**-n*mrd 
it*rcaa#4 •«» l»*u*d by ih# VVrlnrl* R*» 
l»tr* of ih* Bup-rir* Cnuit of BrilUh Co- 
Juirbla on «h# Mb day of April. A U !»>l- 

ffltrrKRMAN. MAN’iKR A WOOITOT, 
fUiiitfdtora tof if,# Btor’ila*. 

Kulia I. Ill Yalta Bif##i. 

Victoria. B C. 


S AANICH 30 ACRES Of TH* PINES*! 

land In Baaatrb Prncart. #f„aa.I«nr»ti 
and ruUlva'.«d. Two tnalu r-:aj tiv<it*(*i 
ra.Ky »\ib dirUf-d Ou*ra„t**d y*ar-raiim 
a ml* r luppiy. !-bf«lr,wn« mint Ural- a- 
OU’.bU|f4U>(» a*id f'iuJimin.1 A c«*d Uf 
1:iC f>a» mad# h»r* Prim «nd in- 

»to«-» Otrir but mn*t,:*f irarta lof cr 1 
property Call Mr O'Tuuit. ii 13TJ. C. N 
iiantatu# Co . O a US 

, r TO U ACHEB. CULTIVAttD ALOJli 
I D tvr*-r utinlrc l«r(t r:r-a and tn«i 
road. #lprtrlcliy. paft.f Itnpr 'iad »:U» barn 
• all. orchard. AdXiming * ibdi»t'ion. on! 
30 inlnul#* to downtown Vietort* Onl 
»3»o ;»cr acr* Ow>n# iu treumHi to « *l 
run id ail b* aubd'vtdtd lot liOUlf*. Ciwiift 


,U1 QUt MALT 4 ROOM BTVCCTi HOUSE 
• *1. IM doau i>r aoj.d 'ak* Maty 
ruck and MOO cam P»ym#m# »«v p»r 
u>nth. fun put# 41.000 Ppuna u Jj4J. 


seaprovt 

'ISHlCriC ACRES WHH A WKLL-LCiL- 

I rit>*lr,ir'-eJ t-.p.j*' ». »m»t c»t'**a 
dauli.n (ara#', * .if* ua» ard '.##rr>. 4>J'- 
» audit g • f». 11 ml (» Ir -n, »utt. 

r-r.-*‘lat» road 4 1 •> CAO 


TWO LOVELY 
COUNTRY HOMES 

DEEP COVE 


LAMOPORD 1 ABB 
|,H>R YEAH-ltOUND IJV1NO 
• Utaurd bur, galea 1.434 ui 
»V»ea * ti#ilfW»m*. l«*31 
ht-ai-l-laior lir»piatt dliiln(-rp.,c 
uiilltr and aiora ri> ,m» 
broia, bathroom, larv* i*,andi 
Ing-nwioi Inoilaicd. tndud.l't »» 
city wat.r wired f„r »lc irt- 
ft Iron '-ago on |a<*. tMptB U 
ra'igt<D*ii’* may b* niadn '■> 
fully f*i»nl«h«iL Prlta 4 11. MX 
(mplra 17«l, 


PRU1T THEM AND 
in .'fly Pla-a. »:V0- 


LOVELY L'JT. 
"tuib*, g«rage 


JONES S BCOTT 


1, (WtWMQAX 1-iK.E 5 - 
Pbrloiig Ro*d Bommtr r«*i- 
,««». ala.rnc UBhl. opau Itr#- 
•ei.r I'ru.ia Ki.'.aitk. BH 1 », 


A smart 4- room bungalow on en# of tb» 
uOuu aai.'r.'tjni K, aUon« t>« fiagm. u 
Idle: H*> m> d'ru bathroom, dmibl# gar* 

TvSrXF" $5500 


OAK BAY 

I TLTIlA - MODERN P1VB - ROOM BUN 

I ** iow a -id oirnpu* 'arm and 1 M.ar 1 

NR# lot near Wlnrtaor Part I 4*v» f**i 
nowr *par* ImmaculAl# ^ 1 a v aa 


CULAIiSU AMD 

. ».io. u art. 


BRENTWOOD 


KING REALTY 

1131 OOV«RNMEN*t *T 

Meiwbar of Uva Real E»t**.t » 


or "C RV 30*. IN GOOD 
| arta ■ 1434. 


,’AfRPtEf.n HARO AIN — OLDP3L-TYPK t>u.,»r a II MV* older hofcne i> , . p»in.;i', 

hunt#, !»»•'* d#> u r at»1. cut, tains *# / jrr.Tit a- ■rvypT * 

f#« LB with flrap »t«. ainlng.-oom. *»- JObra & W-TRT 

in, 1 1 ,- n- ur a ul, loi«{, i*j ,iey 1 etiona E3,33 334 Pauibart.m Itiiir 

ib* In utility room, uoauUrs *r« * bn*h4 , 


,nd. arh 

out Mm* n*a; 
11 Otf#r 

n flaw V*r, 


IN Tll» MAI Tt R af lb* l.alal* *f RJ4R 
Nl* HH4VIMON d#«-#a*«d 1*1* •• *»# 
tarta. In Ih* fr**lnt* »l Rftllab lalant 
bla. wit* 4,*d ua Ih* Ith day #1 lanaary 

AD. 1041. 


. aater baa itig. *> ri. r* 
nmi flnnr 1,1 * pall'* cli '«■ 
nut* routdn l b* bulll (*' r., * 
•1,1 all riipn# Keaillig low af 


OJCP. LOTS POfi PALE ON SIILU 
*t team llnad. I bloca lion bo# nop 
light wai*r. «> t!4U . all l#«*i, 
»"m l, no acmaa. Pike. 4*40. Do* 


$7500 


:*p*. a • *u I t* m* 'ii b**a<n*ni. i„»t-a,r | 
p,,!*d heat 1a*r» 4113. Prl .# I| |1 | 

4r,/on dual, ail! r, an ilk An for P P"t. ! 
V. 4141. a,*r,lng» H J4HB 31*l*t*rman Aa Cn | 

l.’Ort 6 ALB - MODERN NOME. B1QH 
* gjaora. Califortua rar • l,-!yp*. large 
mlng iiMim (u*it-»k** dining-room, va* 
t a •< ait; ••Me on Ira nr* na i b-u - 


|NH»nrroH4 and n'h*r» haring ria'ir* 
' ’ a«aln*4 Ih* abut* aatat# af* r*u\ilr#d 
in »an>! full particular* uf auch claim* to 
11 * und»T»f#n#il »nllc|!nr* f'»r *h- ailml, - 
I«i*at4# nn rr before Ilia !t*t tfay nf Vac. 
4 •> 1941 iMer whirl, <«*te me aatat# a 

will b* diar’ib'jtad. navmr rrcard 
„i,l, Uf riaim* >'f ah.ch Ih# adannUttatiT 
•ha.) hata r*r»l»ed ncilce 

let'er* uf admlhU'raltnn t« Ih* *•'•!# «f 
1 1 ,* afwiva-namT-.J .fac aaed *vr* l«u*‘. bv 
iKeVi~ i i K (j • - ■ ip*#*n « < itirl 

"f itntt*ii Owl am bla on Uia l#th d*y af 
# *hru*ry, A D. 14*1. 

ME1RTERVAN. 4IANZER A WOOTION. 
B« triltira for th* Adm'.nUtf at«r. 

#»',»: • U 181 Yalta Btrral.. 

Vi 'tnna. 14 ff. 


A U3W DOWN PAYMENT 014 1 HALE 

14 MI L YOU HA YE TUB OPPORTUNITY 
"to pgr.haM a BRAND NSW U.rr*. 
.eilroom uantal'-w plu* a la*** Hying- t'-rm 
hai na* larg, piat# Klao picurr* aisui/.-*. 


• HolCE W AT KK mu VI' LOT. ONE 

j Nlm-t I jin new bigiiaay. BMoey. 
'a* i t ! .fl 1 # nr S,dn*r 344V. 


Ker & Stephenson, Ltd 

»'t QovrrnBieitk Btr#*: 

Pivn* Uardm 4131, Day ar NlgMI 


TAKE NOTE 

Country Property Purcliasers 

FARMS 

SUMMER COTTAGES 
RESORTS - ACREAGES 


LOT. OAK bay bUlT ABLE 
-• II 3113, eirepl flu.iday. 


arlwood foor« <amity-*s,e at'rn 


utnlug *pa<a and air-d far #l#< cam 
t-w*e r-uine* Pernb bath dry ,>a»r« «'tb 
•Uit*ld» Dumld '0*>« •'#•! fumar. 

wall* ar* Oyti-'jr laOiMl llial g<i*ranl< 
a warm HOME Pud ld«h tiaMmm! --I 
flrtamif gara*#. Laundry to'-* T >• Imi 
'.U a anjthern *,pA*«r» and I* near O 
M*v A i*r<» c'rTtjrag* •• 4*M,ab> 
BEE THIN itL'Y OP TUI YE 1 

PULL PRICE. ONLY $950 

RANPfl REALTY. Ill PORT fimrPT 
QfBce, n 3)34 Ra* . Larry lUn u O II 


HXAREU LOT UN NLWTON ST. KwO. 


ea wr. jamiu bay. buitable 

ii 40 ,*c 4tako a* an oiler E 11*3 


I.1AMILT HOME NEAR GOVERNMENT 
I Rnua# Pan', ramie clew of Olyapfr*. 

t*o Iliad ba'hrpnmi upatairt *««nrt-,rn 
dnwiutaira, 011 - 0 'Malic haaUrig. lo*# 1 y 
terra, ed j ■ rnr u fruci irre*. greer.houao. 
Na agent. Uoi 111 *, tolunut 

I.KlUR ROOM HOLES EOfl BALE IN 
» elty. flva *ear* aid. leit 44 * 110. w:*h 
•a,»U (ruiti. No l,*i*men- no cep*. All 
r«*h renulred or will lr**' - f->r o won 

acreage about »4B|* *aJu* Apply owner. 


WATERFRONT 


UIQCCB LOT, Off LINDEN AVENUE AO 
a 130. I a at r#ar Hriatennan 4« Co 

.t XCBLJJfNT U4ROE Bl'ILDINO LOT 
j NotUnghani Ruad ’Upland*, Ha* 
-W ! * -■ d amrnt bfgh-eUta Bobuw- 


•>-a<r* w«i*rfront loi* -jo finl*}*on Arm. 
near i)n|auir,n Pa»«- * ,rn 

Ittm* 54jU 


1*.* art* wa'.erfrnnt lat on brautlfal C 
Lake City a alar anj light. CQf 
1*i ma v ~ ' 


WEEK-END SPECIALS 

FRUIT FARM— 7 ACRES 
CENTRAL SAAN4CH 


’API BOJKI. VV ATEUPRONT ROUE 4 
* moot* fracna bout#; 3H a,*raa. tnottly 
a her. lird-CU** •#!»* ''-‘Ul/ll 4’ 34o 

•m* Pi.aiTJ t inLira PUT Ow-e- 


$7350 


I arr* nf rt**'f' 
F(0«d. iAOd 0iPU, 

disced 


l property near Carey 


J.T. Watson 
Dies in Cafe 


t an Addition I * th# i:w- otiu 
Earl» Building PIDNEY. «C ' - b* 

a’raabrrnat larg* yeealeart until ^ pm, Mur 31, 1441 
U*r* and grape* Plan*. »p*<JNratte,>* and form* nf tew- 
ing »Bao, 3 guod m « T a* nntaln*dojP<>n raqu***. from 

romfnrla'ilp 4-ruMR . i^hirf nf A cammoriaUOn Itraricil, CUP 
plumb dig. High #rl4 Etrlag 04*1*111,,*. Dapanmefll Pf 

11 <C 1 1 nOn Na’lnnal R*v*»u# Ofaaa 
>* 4» I JiuW Tender* will nut la tonaldfted nnleat 

m«da on ln#*e form* and In ar.-organr# 

in ArRF^i *lih 'ha rondiuony #»i furih th*r#in. 

iu }a< . h 4rf mu%l arramoanlfd be a 

* >■«' V 
• be Rar#ltar-t3a*>,ral 
f #4 In Ihr farm uf 
tbo amiiat nf Ih# 


1, ’OR RALE- 4-ROOM BUNGALOW. PULI 
I reman! batem-n* Dri*#-ln garug* 
On bl# lol IJ1 Grainger Road l«l»"d 
Highway. On tala una mun'Jt. Illgheal 
bffar g»i# bout* 


X' KLLrST HClUnRO U»T IN JAMf* 
Ray. ail *ulU*a'JMf, •#» »i*» *#' * 1*4'. 
i ,‘.nn at blurt N*w I»nc* l'31. K 3113. 


144 an** "ft Koballah Rligr. Thoueand* 
nf ^ U ", Chna.mM tiaaa. J , ^QQ 


Pra«# caU Mr. Whaled ill** 1 1-Mli 

A SffAPPY NO-BAJIEMEST BUNOATOW 
at lie* a, whlrN ran ba bought an 11.4341 
r#’h*. 159 P#r month. Ntc#ly*d*»r "O' 1 
»hrnbg, tree* and lawn. High Quadra are* 
Pour rjomt. urtliiy r<*.ni «- i a'.’arbad 
garagr' l^rg# ‘Ol, ehl(Ua Cui.-* U*r,*! 

$7150 

T a SAWYER. REAL BET ATE 
131 E tai barton Bldg. E 1123 

iRaa. E 19341 


.U bulli bom# $6850 

NINE-ROOM CITY HOME 
ON QUEENS AVENUE 

hum* la ateellenl OOndHHm and of 
and (onttrueiton Durold nwf. BulUbi# 
? roee-^. h.ytnf two kllch.n. Term. 

.. $5000 


xesLuorr buildino uyr. wiiw. - 
nnribriu rnrner Crdar 11111 R'lad and 


1,’OH 8AIJI — l-R'X>M B UN H ALOW. 
• Helng-rnom. 3 bad noma k!’er,' 
pantry, on n|e* , treat, walking dtytai a 
to town. Prur*. 43.100. Apply B-.a 414*. 
Colonist 


View Royal wa'#rfror.t Int. 
Price cor. *ldal ably rad u red 

ta 


E 4Z*« 


Jnepph Tlmmaa WllMD. TI8 
Humboldt Strcrl, wan prn- 
nnunrrd dead jretwrdajr on 
arrival at St. Joirph'i Hospital 
*ftrr he collapsed In t'ooprr’a 
Grill, Fort Street, nliortly after 
4 p.m. and was taken to hos- 
pital by city police. 


VICTORIA R CMOirERT I.HTB 
D*«nard and Rlrhmimd 
f ,’JNE IXVE3. LOT* WITH CRSCR- 
I r,u*i view a. Suitable b*U#r-<!a*a 

h'inivi 4?40 un 

C N MONTAGUE CO O 9114. B 4*41 


9 sere* on Bnak* Harhdr No # i | 
Algtp bant. M' a gravel beach J I . 
A«k for Geoff Newitead. E 1194 


I, ’OUR ROOM PLUS NTUCCO ELBT. 
1 trie klirnni H#i,du, Oll-O-Ma’14 
h#*t. H#aMlator nrcp.at'g. Nt*r xima 
bu*rt II HI 09 


Va affar vau a wo, d»rf>:! 10 a r# farm 
il’h modern J-hrdrii',u, hoixa and good 
i#rn an nrw hlgliwa* la I’at ha*. HOl- 
ra'er hatting Way helaw #Q/cn 

alui- PBSCB with term J/OJU 


NEWSTEAD REALTY 

p*al 9 tat* and Inturanc* 

:J4 TORT STREET Bill 

iMemiwr of tha Real Ettaia Board! 


1,’IVE- ROOM STUCCO BUNOAl/»W. 
I m ,41 n»w. r#m#nl aaiemanl. Ba 
O 4D# 351) Vancouver dtr*»t 

r • - 'on REVENUE PR< IPI UTY 
’ ■ taiia for owner, auuld r or 
bungalnw a* pari paymenl l» 449 * 


«OH RALE- NEW MODERN POUR- ROOM 
bdngaiOW. «n ih* Ivand Hlghwav I" 
arMVLir a"* tialf ana of .andacaped 
•s.gnif* and garden*, 'hr## hundr-d jatda 
•. m ih# beai n and -h-'se ng eenire. W'jl 
»-a!A#r irad* «f dwelling In Vienna ar*a 
u l prl, a 4* 000. Jlmir* W«»htr#1iina 
ariwvl"* Realty. P*'t*v»lt* phun# 111. 


ACREAGES 

BRENTWOOD DISTRICT 

hat# a go 4 *#!viton uf chnira build 


{ r 77 r-l ROOM*. 4 BCI 
BJ/ / J Ea.l ba^ment turn* 
lot bvparat# 4*1 as* Would **»i 
tfltualed Hi|b late* Bt ar*a. 43. 

( / Q r n — JUBILEE DISTRICT 
iOujU bungalnw In perirri 1 
Ei*c4rto kiuhan. Eaira i"inn 
r#m*ni ba«*m#nl. Clt»«a H* E"rt < 
rnnnd Av* * N. BA'JSHAVtf 
Hid Oread Birr at 


Variet y Slum 1 
Well Received 


FLEAS! LIST YOUR BOMB "„a 

ISLAND INVESTMENT 
CO. LTD. 

If.reM# Real S»uta Board of YktorU 
C t BROWN - J. A Ur.LSLLAN 
ii v MTW SI REKE PHONE O 1144-1 


"SEAVIEW HEIGHTS" 
Gives You a Millionaire s View 
At a Price You Con Afford 

-»*• for your*#!f. drive oul Ea»l flaeokh 
H"ad laacond turning un Tight P«’t 
ROYAL OAK' end *** tha many fin# n»w 
h >tn** aprlnalnc up lr, Ihi* 'well- planned 
autxfivuibo, whu-h lie* th* llnett are v * * 
near V|#tana- pi ,» Mount Haler. Ouif 
talmnda and tha Oirmetca. #ppn 

Ea»y l#rou Psired from 

DROP IN TO TUB EXCLUSIVE Auts TS 


Inratlofl, with *t«*ll#M 
b Inlet natural betutv, 
native flower*. t , ~\r\r\ 


| ’LASH -POR QUICK RAIi -TOWNSEND 
1 Drive, r.ff W*«t Haanlrb Hoad. a«*"H 
3', an.-** nanl# el#*r#d, entaga 

Ihp#,! -- at-r avallabit, I gtn, etc.; 4I,9#0. 
W. n 4494 cash. 

Calf M A CaKpMll: Rum# phona B 4)43 
RWLNERTON Si CO. LTD. — E 3141 


REV BN "i JAMES DAY 
ITOO CASH 

. ROOMS AND STORAOE RPA’-B POR 
4 owner dnwn, 3 II K ru iu* up. bring 
In a mtai of |4! p»r mnnth 4?do d'»wn. 
balance of 14 •■on at |?0 per month If 
you ran mat# higher perot*',*#. dnwn pay- 
nirui can ba lowered Owner. U 4448. 

«r macdonald park 

JJUUU Small 4 lesdro.:**. Elir 

rhen, ba'lt, vituuM-room. AL llnora !lr,n- 

|*i, nt c*i»arad Hn<u# oil heater fVI 
ling#, No agenlt pleai*. Has iill. Cut- 


SOOKE. April 28. The Cana* 
than I^/jlon branch herr reports 
n satisfuclury ith urn from Dm 
Jerry fiosley "Smile Show”, which 


EXTRA SPECIAL 


Puur adjoining acr#ag#«. 3 of 4 a-r**. on# 
of 4 a#rw*. Oentl# *l"pa »o bu*r road. 
Being rlo«# lo Bulehart# Gardens, lt,"U- 
■andi of tnurt»l* pan by thiougn»ui th# 
eeainn. Ideal location for Auto * » g-m 
Court. Prired front, per arr# i I JU 

f ACT PAITT HEBE 

Larg* Ibta oa Brentwood ♦ #a 

water »j*»*m frnrp. »a#h DU 


SHERRIFF'S SALE 


•OR HALE OR TRADE -RANCH. IN DRY 


It. 40 mil** north of Kamlooi** 140 
year-round tr»ek ’water ri«hu». 
r hou*e* 0"«d hnn’lnj Bull able 

.. n, h.,,.. ear't 


lOM QUADRA -IM4CEDIATE P’»*kr*. 
cm of lnv*ly 4- mom (tuceo bun**- 
• ith uilllty. bawmeul and drive n 

ag* J tear* old. A1 shape. 0 349? 


played Iu the Community Hall 
this week. 

The show feu»ured Mr. Gofttoft 
Venis Moore, vocalist, Rnbln 
Pert, electric t'ultnr. George Fox- 
croft* piano. Ronald Welsh, string 
bass, nnd Marjorie Burgess and 
Al Jensen, piano arconllons. 

After their performance, they 
were guests at a party given by 
t ho Legion'* Women's Auxlllnry. 


no I M HOLD GOOD* 

I *Nt>EH end by »lrlua ot Warrant! «if 
4 EaePuUao Issued eut uf ih# Coun’y 
| V'-tnrie end lo me rtir#r!*d 
• k-<<Dst th# gnnd* and ehattele «f Vs-ia 
Oulner I have seterd fornllura and house- 
h«'-i «lf«s re ratnprlalng p'ano, »tov#e. 
rhtlrt, rtv#a'*rfield had*, air . and will 
•*!l ih* i*m# by Publto Au'Mm, en Friday. 
Ith May. 19)!, 41 #l»*an o tiueh forenoon. 

TERMS OP SALS -CAM 
PLUS 1) SB and M A. 7*1 

P*,r further tofarmatloo apply al BIT 

offlea. 

D. Mar.nntDE Bherlff. 

Cnuiity nl Vlrtorla 

Kbarlff’s Glf.ce. 

Caurt Houae. 

Bastion Btraet. 

Victoria. B.C. 


lor l-cgr Phono llattar. B ST?3. 

1,’OH SALE - RUILDING LOT WITH 
I ah»*l nti rertt** of Obed and Was- 
f >na Price. 4400 for buU> Writ* Era,.* 
M R-wbrn, RR No *, fiasaeteen. Bail 

1 ’RONTAOB 119 rr. UPPER t.AMPSON. 
I etmeated >*• view 1990. B 2eti 


Ul Quadra 


1 TO CHOOSE FROM 

3 four- roomed *lureo hui 
eery «>l*o condlllon '* 

Petr.bral* bathroom* 

(loo-l lot* Low t**»» 
bargain prl*# »l each 

Val lance & Sawyer Ltd 

a ton 114 BROUOHTOR BT. 0 4! 


•SEVEN ROOUA 


H igh quadra 

ih.*** owdrutimt; Urge «*rden. planted, 
I It fruit lr#ee 3141 Saeannah Ae#nu# 


■ ingslow* AU In 
Cabinet EUrhana. 

large Uvlng-tnam* 

ah at ccnnn 


FRASER BISCOE 


PHONE O G5M 


3 ROOM PI -ACE AND 3-PCE IUTH- 
rooai, pantry. Urge ptt Irult tr»#s 
thlraen Plata. at- -d*basl. »tnra lenis ih* 
r»ad. half a aiott from ta* Ihr*# m, *t 
frnm inu. Pull prlsR 43 loo. 13.000 calf! 
and 4?M murtgaae Oil-* 

DOWN YEAR-OLD IXiB Ah 
Jl I 4 DU (*:•* • rpa ttu##o hungai'-w. i 
fiNitna. IMIIIIV. 4-pl#<w batlirfvtti buill-li 
• •rag*. |T, 1*0 lull prV.E J««| Dwoi-aaigi 


UBfLEE - 4J.W4 DOWN. PULL PRICE 
4» 440. Big r#om# «l 44B4 


’AIRP1EM3- -OOt^D BUILDINO LOT ON 
Wlnd''TOi#re Road, la * 138 B 4411 

I IOH QUADRA. LOT IBkJW. 

toll, all n#w hom-a. 4948. E 1444. 


KENT REALTY LTD 

II VIEW STREET O 


OVEI.Y. CLEAN. COMPACT BlINtlA- 
J low. off BurnMde 4 moma, dlnlng- 
om. 4 v**r* nld. fruit tr*»*. outbuild- 
>(«, driea-m tarage. piped furoacd. enp- 
tr piping T’lM HO. I1.950 Oon*T. 


j iNER LOT AT AVEBURY A)»D 

l Kings E3J OT 

DEAL BflLDIXO sinyr. WTIHIN CITY 

ilnlu *3 feet frontal r «*rv'i#* 'aid 


EAWAYS’ 


OWNER LEAVING CITY 

M ODEHU STUCCO HOME WAIX-TO- 
wall rarp#4 In larg# lleln»-ro«*n» ’4'- 
• rartlee flrap.arel, dining-room »r>d en- 
trance, dav'lght cab'rtei Ukllifl, M»« , .f|r 
tang*, ’nar* i»»r. four-pir.-# Pmibrnbr 
bathroom Upsuire two large b#dr«i'in«. 
basin a':d toilet, sunder#, Venetian h inds 
Pull htimii'L hi, I air fifrnare. eopp»r 
piping, new automallr eleetrle hM-oal»f 
Larg* lot. aitrarti*# rockery. Reaitmaoie; 
term*. 1414 III liida Avenue Bam 


Most atirarllva **afmnl. ekr*ll*nt beach 

Redder r# of « fsami In beautiful contll- 
ran. oil O-Mslic heal * Slid opto fire- 
p:»r* *',o una fulir modern l-rd-.m 

m'.age an m readi'y jguu at »n,i $ nseti. h 
Ih# pr>p*ity ii beautlfu’.ly wuadri «nU 
tr-.Mded from th* main highway Owner 

SSSntff $13,500 

ThU price Includes a (ood power boat 

Anyorta dwlrlng an pltrartiee ••afror.t 
h-ime with revenua ahaufd not !»*«» tnu up. 


CLOSE-IN DAIRY FARM 


T lot springs In a National Park 
near Little Rock. Ark., provid* 
spring water as hot as 1 JT de- 
grees. 


41 49# CASH 

4 DANDT BUY IN THIB I A ROB "IX 
A bungalow, clo- - Rcy.l Jubll^ 

Hasp *• »•'«• l ®. 1 B ‘ ,U * ^1950 

able for dupktln* Full prlca 

HANDYMAN S BPBC1AL 

gy poo each will handle lhl» *«"■ 

nio« Full cemrnl basemanl INo lot#, 
ftull tree* AeparaU garaga. L.o*o In. 
Walking 4uUr.ee. tf AOCQ 

Full price -p-v#*#v 

JAMES BAY-KEVENUB 
tl 404 CASH Will hand)# ihl* good B-roo* 
Hmm l,#s*n»*ni and lumace. larga l°L 
ttood' revenue and living ^S750 

guanera. rull prlc# 

TWO-FAMILY HOMS 
tt Mg CASH la handle Newly r#IMvat«4 
taraa house double plumbing. 3 mater* 
Id** for revenue and home Immadlaia 
pssiauicn. Close In. 


ROOM STUCCO B UNO AIOW 
almasi ,»*w. full r*ir er l b 
III* runm fsi'rlllf*. M 590. 
4 V«ftrou**T Otrcit- 


AROE WATERFRONT LOTS ,*0*300,: 
J lara'.iua. Parker Av*. Cord/ivs Bay. 
Ssy -t peach lo !ov*ly lardy hear)*; 
V, all: r.-Sff **• l>,*!r Ik# again. 
»*n 1 !»c#B’ vl#w front every lot for p*'- 
cu,ar» call P R Brian tt Aura. 1113 
rn«<l 81. phane (III1I. 

~CVn. 41)8 UP AND ACREAGE TO 48 
* err**, alt ul'h large str-am and 
snl*. 3) rn'l#* Vi, tori’, etceliem mil. 
vf rsiit. elar.lrtelty, h*#r cold atnrag* 
soL 8 mins to aeaihor* Bo* 1143. Color,- 


SALE OF ROCK WOOL 
INSULATION BATTS 


« jnn 11 

j4L/U st Brentwood. •»» lake ’rad# snv- 
ihlng of eal'je. Total prlc# 12,848 Bu« nt, 
I^ogford P o. 


M odern 4-year old sttucco home, 

downstairs. Con*!#?* of lhrrj*t> 
hall, living-room. 4>eeUe, kJIrheii 3 hed- 
roomi 4 pre rrmbma# hathrwem 1»i 
bailrouma upstair* not ful.» complr'ed 
T -ill-tig# r*tr.#nt basemeni Price. II »4i» 
N H A. morlksge. Term*, -ash in mo::- 
gsge, Recent car con’ dared a* p*.*4 pay- 
ment. No agerr.a B !#38 • 

M O««* NTRETT FAIR PIBLD--4- ROOM 

attirco hur.galiw and br*»kfaat now# 
Venetian b ind#; hit-air; he(-«aler h»a'.»r 
Basement. H»pa?a'e garage lean a*c* and 
froi'l In ko-el roidi'-inr> Es*f. aouih and 
«e«t tuntnln# (kpcaure Clear ilita 44 408 


ALFRED CARMICHAEL 
& CO. LTD. 

1314 BROAD 8T. O 134 


MOUSE ON OAK HAY BORDER 
Pi* ronmt anil lath E Ottv.d. 


$5200 


T»k« advaiitsice of lhi« offer. We fro forcnl to change our 
warehouse an-l rather than move our material w« offer you 
our present stock at $ gflOO 

OU A THOUSAND 

rilO.NE NOW WHILE IT LASTS 


■ ■ • r iso rr -WELL-BUILT- 

I J up locution rips* to achool and 4to-e 
pyl-a 442) FhOM E4I59. Apply #19 ln- 


58 WANTED TO Bt’V. HOUSES 


LAKEFRONT— 4 ACRES 


I AROR LOT. 44 X IW ; PARK VIEW 
I • g«IUUl f"r rtep'#* or J-unit apart- 
menl-bunga'owA 11.300 K 4317. . 

I OVILY LOT ON QUADRA BTREXT, 
Ii spprnv >Tt!3S . r.-v; 4J40- Q 318) 


$6350 


Inrtlaied 4-ro#med eatuga. plumbing Safi 

\T r% A S525C 

Alt! Paea. E*e* . S 44*1 


VMTER FRONT 
ARDMORE 


EBQUIU ALT- 41 CASH 

A «wry good ill -room hotu# EMII 
i*ae#ni*ni and furnace. T«a ■« 
Oardan and lull. 

EMU prlc# 

H AULT AIN 
A Mealy fenr-room #U»cca bungalow 
Mdtiu baawment. H A. furnace. # / ( 
gtp* t arena- Pull Price -PU* 

nrrioED couple s bpkcial 
tureetr A^fmm jljrtfgg^cu 


M odern 4-r»,m home, one floor, 
near.y rompieied Must secrifl* 
All good-*ia# ronm*, a r*a! fail h»**meni, 
ciaeirle hot aai**r wired far rang*. Pur - 

face. Insulated Oood-s.*# garaga He* 

It. row' II lav# II. Mill a* an wffer. Col- 

giifta 13PM 


$5000 


inn p*#t nf waterfront with Hummer eat- 
uge. fully furimbao. aiaBino refrigerator 
and »'.oya Haa gllpway far boai rocrtfl 
and boathmi*# • J'JW 

Option of an additional 108 f»»l adjoining 
with enn igh *e«:»d c*dag log* for cabin 
Buri^fgupw.,. $15,500 

Inf- rmaitr.ft call Jack Brown, 

E'«* , O 4914 


OT. CORN EH JUDAH AND RAYMOND. 
* 89-II39'. Phon# O 8994 after 4 P ro 


Page's Pictorial Rcolty 

1*4 FORT STREET B SI 


fW RTUCCO HOUSE. ACREAGE AND 
•m*rt fruit Eroc»»m,*al living. 4 

ra * 0431. 

•JFF.X Vt'JOD DRIVE ATTRACTIVE 
Ini wlU* ara *l#w. O 94J« 


I HAVE CLIENT WIHI IT. 000 CASH 

1 for 5- mom bungalow, Call Mr. Rnapa, 
ragaa Pktorta! Raaliy. R 4104. 


M odern home on cauboho bay 

waterfront larg* rumpua mom with 
bar, e*tr» plumbing, room* downnaira. 
wati-ln-wafl carp#’*. h#l-water besting, 
inaulated. view window* o ##*3. 


J ET ME HANDLE THE BALE OF YOUR 
* horns No fuaa ar bother Aka 

H’mlni. Aeanl O 611* ^ _ 

si • . , • R i GOM ROME. 

.* I osa Bar. D#an Heights nr High 
V 4089 Prl*#'*. 


*OYAL OAK - I 

b srra, with ran 


let Separata gy»l 
Vtteu-i Af Heapllal. 

u ally. Full pDc# 

POUTR OF OAK BAY AVENUE 
Tbla lowaiy iargw #l«ht-rwo* }"««. »«|i 
rail baaamant end furnaea, dandy larg# lat 
sa..i fo, Isai i horn* or r*v»u# Bom# 


kfUDRRM BUNGALOW. OAK BAY. • 
room* and den nn I flunr. through 
hall, OH G- Viatic h„l wat#r h*at W,w 
’at**, terms arrang'd. #34 Monlerei 
(6 1410. 


SUPER REALTY LIMITED 

747 YATBR BT. 0 8)11 


UP-rSLAN P 

CIN RDOM COTTAGE. WITT! DEUOITT- 
s' f'j) leeludert ga-irr. OH-0-M4II) heat, 
r •* »a'*r, overtacking rhe •*» near woo- 
r»rfi’, M'-h wsrm ba'hing. good Sthlng 
•P'*-e 's no’ 4ns:H»f property on 'he Island 
with If-* charm "f thta one Thirty mile* 
ritv on flfsUtiaa* road. Owner will 
h« at p*np»rtr nn Tuesday. C7^rVn 
Prlc* mr near nflert i’ 

JONES % BCOTT 

phon# E 3731 339 Pamhtr’.oe Bldg 


Quadra M.OQP-410.9 00 r*«> 

I ' 'ARDENTLY NEEDED— 4*ng l-ROOMFD 
J bungalnw. with or wi’Jsoul baeamebt, 
any gnwd dwtrlct. aocol 4D80 All raah 
Pie, .ling Oa»dn»r. 301 BnwIUrd Building. 
0 7141 F#*r,ln#a, Mr Pritchard. O9#oi. 


Igaal fo« family home or revenue Soma 

ssru. -- 58500 

r£ •MTW A-as 

and dltlliy bungalnw. Perl -baa# m*n». Au- 

tomatlo #U. Separata garag*. Taaa# 490. 

MKTIAXL BROTHERS 
gM Johnawo 81- • ™> 


Victoria Roofing & Insulation Co 

LARGE OK SMALL . . . WE SERVICE THEM ALL' 

GAR TAYLOR 

§48 FORT ST R 2131 Ivtoinf*. 0 4811 


M odern home wrrw coauklec- 
trie range 0 <m 4 garden, nn# a-rw 
la'a mode) sedan AH tor 49 990. Near 
Langford Lake, 1 lelg.'i Hoad. 


60 riUJPERTY WANTED 


pas’.jr# An aUfpc’le# m-mwlrnom dwell- 
ing wh e i • -i «, J! w h*»' lug 

An addltinna. fMir-r wm rnttaga for h*'p 
barn for 39 head. *h#*p ahad, hors* barn 
and 1-nplrmant abaif Now opwr*-#d as on* 
nf !-’>• finest *.*-»> farm* #-jr ClCtn 
an ih* D and. Priced at .. «l J J,Uw 
r.reae Con’##! Wateon C“ark. Ev* E 4»83 


N ew 4 room ultra-modbbn 
bungalow, appro*. '* a- re aieared 
Ia*eljr •*• *taw with bea-h privileg*# 
*8 no or betd *>ff»e Bol 3493, Cordova 
Ha* Road Alhlnn 1 1 IK 


\\Tt HAVE A CLIENT FOR A POUR, 
v v flea or s t-rodra hour* 19 E*jJHr.*.t. 
•3.900 caah I# handle. 

MICHAEL nBOTKTRJ* 

#39 Jahnvm BUen fton# E794! 


LOT LIBTINOS WANTED 
N OH-REABINU DEMAND POR BUILD 
lag tile* na* recently devrlopad, II 


i a mg aiiei nu innuj u 

»r.|| ha»a any earant oniperty yoo wish u* 

•#11. •” Mr Nlcbniinn al liawlaa Fo*t«r 

Lid- M 3191 Cay or night 
7’LIAHED liOT APPROXIMATELY *8 
It. « 190 fl. euitanie fo- conatructlon 


SIDNEY 

X’EW POUR- ROOM KTUCCO HGUBK. 
aY garagr iiooloum and Vtneilaa blind*. 
Prl##. 45 900 794 rourth St 

N 'EW 3 • ROOM rrTHOUNERO AT. PARTLY, 
furvikbed. Asking prlra. »•». Bot 

T714 Cftlcnkt. 


ro » ACRE NEAPRONT PROP, 
ftnr.ka Bar Magnificent *1ew. 
Iteoar Ideal fur Bummer home. 


" MOP DOWN -4400 

A nd balance prom rent oiveb 

yon tmmadiat* goMasalon »« n aolid- 
bsiill home of • room*. aU In Immaruiale 
randiilon; 4 dandy room# dawn to* owner 
end separata enirnnea to 4-room 4*111# «P. 
new wiring, new roof, e»# FMH « oner* l# 
ELwbI 04N tn Tha full prlc. la 
J^r' in— clll Tkd Lup'on #t RMllr.g* 
fteaity. E 9711 or Ra* O »»TT : 


U 7AN TED— MODERN 3. 3. AND 4-BED- 
r»on> homes in Oa« Bar. and High 
qsiedra ar*a* out of tewn buyer* wait- 
ing 1'ieaa* rho«i* 8 W And*r*on • 9304. 
evening*. O IJ»4, Pmanclgl Burv«i Laniied. 
1)34 <H»**rnra#nt BtrteL 


P. R. BROWN & SONS 


SINCE 1887 


1 GT. CABIN OR SMALL ACREAGE. IN 
J ar near beam. Parktvllla-Nar.almo 
nrw 4. Dot 7419. Cntonlat. 

M *' _ 0DES7' FAMILY R’JME with MINI- 
mitm 14 ac:*w **d WlUJIn 38-msl# 
riteto. Cash under V-LA. 1#43. Col- 
onlal. __ 

O fitTiis A ■( KORt Tnrrri 

pr->r»"ny. in V’«w Royal. Portagw tr- 
ie* er c*dar HIU. Cadbora Bay araaa wl'.k 
a 4 or 4-room bungalow. Priced amund 
47 98# to 44.900. HtU* phnne Mr Cnr- 
par ' *r. Central Raalty. 8 31)1. 


AGENTS YIK'MVr 

rw four -rogvi nAngMEirr oar- 

age. 11 400 ion Tuucwn. 


W’ANTID TO BUY. ON BHAWNlQAH 
»i Lake, al north and or w»at aid# ONLY, 
a wwll spnatrui led bungalow for CASH, 
up lo •10,900 Moat ba euracMv* and have 
•erluMoo II agar A> Bwajna Lid, *34 Vua 

Sm«t. U 4)31-3-3. 

\VAIVTTD A HOME IS ENQUIMAI.T 
7 » er High Oort* »1 80# down. 4 or • 
rMBi with ba*»m#nt. plea** phon# Keen 
MaeFarlana al Rullbgt Raalty, E 9131 or 

R#> Q B »74. 

\ If ANTED -HOUSE IN OWN GROUNDS’ 
1 v Ondlllnn not Imonrtnnt Down pay- 
ment rnuat ba vary lew. Monthly repay- 
ment from pension. Curdnar, 1M4 B#,<t»#r 


tyr«’ PGR BALE ON PICK FORD RD 


COVfRNMtNT nr Tilt PROVINCE Of 
B4UT44II COLUMBIA 


N rw ].n,X3M HOUBEns’AT. PARTLY 
f irnlthad. Asking p;«ce. 11.190. Beg 
n\t CnlnnlM 


CEDAR RILL 

ttractivb HHA. FIVE-ROOM 
•turen bungalow. e!«aa lo all faclU- 
fuJI baaemani with dvlye-lo t*f4ga. 
ftapwd Using, dining-room, tabinai 
han/ Insula lel'ht ou jnau l. wlr ad I or 
ui« rangn. Foil prk# HNO * llh 
I a term*. Apply 140# Dwoveaiar Dm*. 

‘ tuvENUH pRortR-rr on rock- 
. land Avanoe. NU# IPL Dwubl# Piumb- 
, Ayyrtnnshlf H.14I hM4H* EP431. 

newVjioom ET U CC O BUN O Alow - 

Threa bedrmm* drlrt-ln gtrag* 


. . . many tiling* have «lihapj»earerl 
from our ^r’owin^ city. Wooden 
Sidewa'kv, Muddy Street* and 
/ the Horse and 

rf Cah, all these 

.jk' have fjone. 

f )ne tiling doei 
remain the xamr 
today a • in !8K7, and that 
ik the tru.kt many people 
plare in in concerning 
Heal Kvtate and In*ur- 
^ ance. Our facilitica ha y c 

i s grown, of course, hut we 

k atill pride ourxelvea with 

P^) you individual at- 

Jv' tention when you caJl 

upon ua. 


fTKO IV ATTN FRONT UTTI* AT RJIAW- 
I r:»»n Ikka Enough small timber on 
p-np-r* r-» bun log tebla*. »S .)00 0 *r 

LR Phvn# O #044 

I ’ll «rx IOTB OH WARREN AVENUE. 
i *> r»«h r wngM. Utl view 

rpWlToOOD I-OT* NORTH ROAD. COL- 
1 guttg. I’M or offe r. O ’PI 

ri’WcT I/yS FT,R »»54. QUICK BALE. 
1 hand# location. EnjulmaU.^ E 

•RAWNroAN LAKE 

U -RWT ARM HOAD. 49-FT. BANDY 
lr s#h d*p*h »• ft Cut'- eg# futlv 
furnished lo# 4 penpld. !#-ft flnt-buiromert 
>•- >t in- uerd in prle*. »3 4*8 En|wy weak- 

*nd* and ya#w”nn #n Ihk l*v*ty l*** 

Al FRFD CAB WITtAEL h COMPANY LTD. 
Ill# Brond *tre#t O T34 1. ■ 

%\*.4TEn front” I-OT. ROBERTS BAT. 


I RE 4 LED lend*** will h* r#-*iv*d up lo 

noon. May I4ih. l»»l. by lha Chief 
For#»t*r, Virfovla. B C, lor tha ton- 
atru-tion of 

A CwitmtaR P#r*ono*1 Build- 
ing iwo-atnyey tram* ronatrw 


11 ACRF.AGK FOR SALE 


CAItTY ROAD 
NEW U3W PRICE 

I ’OR THE COCPUI WHO DO HOT WANT 
to ap*fid ruo mwah w* Isa** • new 
4-rnom »lua h*:hr«K»m and woodahed m» a 
Urg* garden l*i Buy thl# and ’>• lode- 

^ cwrua :$2750 

g ACRES irrM 

Our sign la un IM property. *n tlsa wart 
end of Charlton Rond Oft OrenvU*. Ther# 
ara 4 ’ aciea. all faoe#d. a go*4 U*aw«l* 
•hath, a'ao cribbing in fftr n houpn Owed 
•#IL Hgh* mrvlcu en road. Frontaga W! 

$2750 


In E. C Manning Park at a point an- 
pray im* I* ly 45 mil#* west of Krlacttti 
«m tha llopp Prlnt*-.«n Highway 

3 Plan* and *p»-,fi-ati„n» mar b « nb- 
rain*f from u»» Fart* *nd Rarr#af,»i«i 
IllTlaHrn. BC Pf»r*al Narslr*. Ylr’nna, 
HC; ih* Diairw f .-*s-»r. Marina 
Bldg. Vanonu*er; the tPa’r^t F*-ea*#r. 
Kamin«,p» BC, m D.e Park »ar-*r 
t C Manning Pnrk. an nt T*n 

’II9B4' DoJIera. eM’.h w«| b* rafaaded 
epon return #f aiars tn good ren- 

dition wiuun thirty <39i dav* 

I. Th* low*at or ary Under not nevwaaarlty 
errepted 

g. Na ten-tar will be aeoep'ed of r-rn*M*r*d 
that contain* an #a#a!atar ciaua# *r 
any ether guallfytng rlana*. 

«. TanAar* must b* rtb-nff'M tn a* en- 
ealnpa markH 'Tandar ter Oane#**4W* 
P#r*nnr«l Building la I. C Manning 
Fart 

l Further twfoemafion »M buOding site 
UHEPgUow may be arranged be cuntart- 
l»« B.C For**' Beret** Ranger R M 


U ’ATERFROVT FRO PERT Y WITH AN- 
ehnragr • anted Ify rlie.nt *!th aere- 
in ard 5-rnnm how# Rul-i#* nr 3as*«r.o« 
or Book# H* !■»• r man « Co. E4I41 

WANTED IN L4KV HIU, DISTRICT OR 
»* Jllgbry Quadra, 5- r n«tn »»l bungaiow 
«!’h basemanl. M 599. H* agent*. Ba« 
7*59. CelroMt. . 


I'srtlru.ar*. 


SAVE OVER »S08<1 

BAUTIFUL HEW RANCH TYPE HOUSE 
i Beat of conatrurtlon. Fs^ly Inaulated. 
-O-Msifr h**t with fUter*. Ro«m In 
Mtnent with Armstrong III* floor. T»n 
ITooma. c«od ala*. *n a twin an* Baau- 
il LR. mil; VagUj HrtOMW inlirt- 
p*Uo nnd largu flMt pwnt; *i**iric 
w lank . nil modern eabtn*t Wt«h*n and 

.ra- ars-i ^ 

3y owner. E 1144. Frkw I13-0WI 


WANTED — I- ROOM MODERN ROME 
» v around 49 »#• High Quadra ar OaE 

Bay fur client w1«h 45n«» d«wn payment 
UeUl«rman A Co E 4191, 


3 m ELOTICE FROM CITY HAU— COBOIER- 
rlkl lat 139 by 140. wl’h #tca ration al- 
r#sd* made Bo’ut ror rute fowndatMt. 
.•ji’ahl* for l»r«e apaomant blnrt ay war*- 
hmtM ClH O 15® Of R 4544. 

3 ”* ROOMS 9 ACRES CREEK. MOKT, 
Rfsnbe. tt 150 Bo* 79B9. colon Ut 


1909 RICHARDROH STREET 

Ok - TYPE HOME ALL OH OHE 

Mr. Thrt* bedrooms, living, dining. 

wri; inrjga auarmsm; kll*h*n. piir,. 
■j»ca- bathiwom, u nitty room Two 
n lands# apad. .DwR tr#*» b*rrla. 

r aole garden nil r *Bl*d Clear 
day*’ puaaemlcn. Phau# owner. 


U ’ANTED - OLDER- TYPE TWO-HTORY 
house, full lot: 44*0 down. 1 19 ta •» 
mimth Bo* W#9. Citentai 

U ‘ ^•ANTED^l’oR 4-REOROOM HOME IN 
go»1 dKtrtrt: 49.408 down and 50 a 


CENTRAL REALTY 


RAND HEW THREE BEDROOM BUN- 

— nnd dt«- 

ae* Cloao 

$7950 

RAHDrt REAt.TT TU FORT STREET 
*q*. B 1334 Erenthg*. O 1*34 


HE. TITO OR THIliE ACRES IH COL- 
’ wood. Bklttonl 3IMI. 

AC1UF1CE — PUIVATE LAKE. RICH 
aoil. evrmga. etyuop* pool# R-h*vr 
wo Dm, Victoria. •»- tw«y awntlab.*. 
to IM a-'N Iai> 4 . • 3.406 to 44 >44 Baa 


s vAR BAY — FIVE-ROOM B UNO ALOW 
’ t oak floor*. Venetian bltada. cabinet 
klteben. eombinaUan eleetrle rang*, full 
baaemani, piped fa mac#, rumpus mom. 
drlfe-ln gang* Mndtenpm) rjuo«f 
Tai#* lit. Clear title Caah 9* PM. To 
ineoocl Rot <OX ColoclaA h* ageoU. 

O AK BAT EOCTH. 5 ROOM STUCCO 
buntaJew. nutomnUe bet-watar Mat- 
Ing, full MNMkt drtvw-la garaga Immo- 
dial# poaaoa al'-B. Ho ag ent* _OMW. 

i vAK EAT ET UC C O BUEOALOW — ) 
no baaement, no *s*wa 
hi”- water h*at- »7 Md <Aah 


U * ANTED — 4 ROOM MODERN 
galnw. In rood lore Mott. No 

menL ,Nn agental. E 4141 

V "~ r OUR HOME WILL 8EU. I HAVE 
•f genuine buyer* for Ml tyi 
h«m#« Call mo new K4’ Ewans 
SpLtal CP. Ltd.. 0 9198 **•«. Ot 


CORDOVA BAY 


gourd town. 


Boyd at lb* Na- ter StotW" whwh u. 
Virptas) #» Mbs w*#t of Prior ftoa oa 
Use Hop* Print •ton High*ay. 

C D. ORCHARD 

Chief Poreoter 

twpar’mem at L aruu nnd PbroaU, 

Puriiament Building* 

Vtetwn*. dntnk Coiambln. 

April Mtb. tifiL 


II OATS AND HAY. BALANCE 
and paawru. eraaB-j ruy wn’#t. 
win dtatrlet. Bot 111 *. RH 1. 


t nnnn rA * H “ WK * T client 
jyUVJU ulll par foe n gnod I room 
fcgngwjo* uiib bafffnent, tn HMll Ho^Ui 

S adrn. Pi* an* cnotart Marry T-»’rr. 
ft” Fna’*r Lid . E lift or ev^ * •*» 


SWINERTON & CO. LTD 

139 BROUGHTON STREET f Ttfl 


haaamaaL grtWW-lh garag*. ML9#9; 
MS rub. unma mort-ad* >*r bnLancu 
ijg 411 Obad Af a . Oorgn. 

y OWNER- MODERN RAHCH-ETYLE 

bungalow large LX. OX, 

mi and iotr-pmea ba’hrao 


1002 Government St 


elect r to Utility room 


, UVAAJIF rw, 

3B99 Palo a'io Dels • 1 Hn ag#nla O 559* 






t 



I 36 Batin Colonist Victor*. • C 

Sunday, April ?♦, 1931 


Fi rs t Postwar \ esse I 


New Ss. Dwme rdyk Comin 


ENGLAND AND 
CONTINENT 


VALIABI.K KISH 

The halibut, one of the mo 


To England* Scotl 


Canadian waters. frequently 
reaches six to eight feet iti 


_ J - . _• „ * Although she has completed 

A * * several trips from the Continent 

' " ■ ' ' - •'**_. to the Pacific Northwest, the 

t* — * -•_ 1 ^ Dumerdyk has not yet called at 

Victoria. 

Th ai '* '-- — * - — ■ — m 1 --' r ■ " • Here from Rotterdam, she will 

Civic officials and shipping men will be luncheon guests aboard ship, i un i oa d approximately 70 tons of 

general rargo. 

From here the ship will con- 
tinue to Vancouver. 

U VICTORIANS TO BOARD 

Several Vjrtorian.s will board 
the vessel here or at Vancouver. 

Taking the round trip aboard the 
* ship will be Mr and Mrs. B R 
" Bonner, Esplanade Avenue; Mrs. 

5 A R Mauger. Adelaide Avenue 
and Mrs. L. Savory, Adelaide 
Avenue. 

Jovd's Mr. and Mrs. CulJn Gibson. 

Cowper Avenue, will go to Europe 
xclude aboard the Diemerdyk and 
tes re return aboard the Holland- oritc recipes It* 
of ap- America I-lne s Mv. Ryndam. tie-.' makes it i< 
ms on Mr. and Mrs. A. F Nation. 

2OO.000 Sylvan Lane, will sail aboard the 
year. Diemerdyk to Los Angeles, 
ankers SPECIAL DESIGN 

educed The 498-foot Diemerdyk. first 
d now ship built In The Netherlands 


Ireland 

the Continent 


Rs. Diemerdyk. of Holland-Amerlca Line, la due here for first time tomorrow. 


HANDY 


Give Members 
Of Dominion 
Bisley Team 


Coi>du< •rii .if h.drp»- «l»t 1 t 
*«all*t-la fel muij ' • 

titcp*'#it 'o »Pur Mtn lAdlft 

gnta 

| ir tail flrUlli an* fill 
Mlrnllon I «n«uH 


Ship. Plane 
And Hus 

Schedules 


BLANEY'S 

CAPITAL TRAVEL 
SERVICE 


MARINE AND TRAVEL NEWS 


Bomtntnn of Canada Rifle Akso — By RAY WORMALD 

elation l»as announced the Tuo Victoria ordnance petty officers recently proved 

their worlh aboard the destroyer Athabaskan. still In the 
s He. led to take pari in the Na- Korean war zone. 

tlonal Rifle Association curnpetf- j, al) started when the rummer Me will return tu Victoria late 
lions at Bisley. England, in July. Rf , ever a ma , :hJne d disc May before assuming his new 
The team wilt sail from Quebec f post as naval member of the 

Cilv June 13 on the Scythia. ut hard ^ a,M,Ut Uw directing staff at the -National 

Shooting members are: C.S M. * s,lvPr *'"»* ,n on< * o1 ,he Ooien ce College. Kingston. Ont 
N*' I. Beckett. Pte. C. O. James, warship'* 10 mtn. guns split Ku.-i ceding film as command 
S.Sgt. G. B. Kay. Fie. G W. under the strain of constant fir- Ing •»! fleer of Cayuga will be 

Oakes. Sgt It. S. Rotter, all of i n » n threw the quick-firing ( *mdr. Jumea l’lomer 

/; c u,, a s..i ' A big and colorful reception It, 

Hamilton. Lieut. G. Boa. . *t gun OU t of action. awaiting Capt. Brock at Winnl- 

Tlve damage*! part was sent ^.g home city. 

C. Green, both of Vancouver. ashore to a machine shop for a * * • 

Sgt. G. A. Coles. Summerside replica. The new unit was re TUG KAC K 

P.K.L: Lieut. G, N\ Colville, ('apt. turned to the ship soon after. Entries are beginning to pour 
G. J. Gamble. Capt. M. M. MhCfiASu but u uouldn'L work. It was . in for tlu: third annual Maritime 
all of Winnipeg; Sgt. C. G. Doug here that ( P.O. Wilfred Adams Day tugboat Vace to !*• held at 

lass. Moncton, N.B.; CpI. G. II. a „d F.O Joseph HornoMy went Seattle May 19. 

Farquharsotl. Kamloops. B.C.: mtn aMion. Through an entire -|-) ir j_ s j an ,| Sovereign, new 
Lieut. Mary W. Maelennan. Char- n |ght they worked on tin* new f[ aCS |,jp i>| a nd Tug & Barge 
lottrtown: CpI. J. R- Robertson. ramm er cocking lever with a Ltl | j s , hr on | v entry from this 

Sardis, B.<’„ an«l Lieut. K. Ryan, hacksaw a itrill and a file. They r n v she will compete in the 

Kingston. Ont. worked to tolerances measured A L *j. iSS rommercial race on the 

The team s commandant is Mr in thousandth* »»f an inch. four mile triangular course on 

Justh'o C. \V. G. Gibson of the Their work did the trick. The Seattle's scenic Elliott Bay. She 
Supreme Court of Ontario. The new lever operated perfectly. Js ra1p<1 al jjjSO horsepower, but 
adjutant Is Capt. 11. Colllngs of The Athahaskan'* ordnance ran ^e stepped up considerable, 
txmlmall. "Hkw, UMII. C. • A. 1 Nwjjnn. ,. ompftlMK i ho .ue 

Nova Scotia 1* represented by . also of \ " toria. Is parthularly fn)m , hp H Mainland will be 

th*» armorer Set. K. J. GourlflV prowl of till*- effort by two of the c ... ,, •mil hi- .Toll,) 


bill • ? mil 41 I Ml >1 HI |I(. 

B I til - HJO! 

Agri.U Cnot, V.»xyn»«1 »i-0 
Itiili .iriulrul Toiitu 


<p*.‘ilu »i*i lUrd 'time* 

n « . itu*T 

KfOrli V «»'»■•" — V:r:i,rt« t t* 
.i. •rrli* Vlliouwr Ul P n. !*•*♦ 
, jo kt (i m arror Vindium dam 

UfKnanr *!»!•»'• — le4»» V«r.tos»*r 
i In « m ,rn*» VtCU»: •• J « »M* 

•• || M p n> , aff.,* • • m 

UitMii «Mtii< — t^«' » Victoria * >o 
SraKir • W PIT 

'•»altl> » irlaria— ( »a»r Hrall t I a - 

rr l • r I'l/i'i-u It S* a m. 

Sum* \ »><•■»' — U«» Wattwmo 
jo . . •'»!»# Var.cwuiar I *J • n’ 

a r Saoa " 1 JO •> m arrlK* V*r*e«*ivar 

pm i»v< Natialmu •!» P l» . «rri\» 
. . r i<>, tar l<» ti P f 

tan.na.rr V *11 »'•»» — t r • ' Va.,i-.u»»: 

I Naiiaim* K »- P "• • 

, . in • *-r|v« Na .aiBia 1 lo 

'. , n»r « *i pm, irrtw 


You Get More Rctults- 
At Lcsi Cost — With 
Quick-Action 

COLONIST 
WANT ADS 


PACIFIC MILK 


Vacuum Packed and Homoscnistd 
iiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiMimiiimiimiiiiiiiiiiii 


229,000 tons, and now forms 23.3 
per cent of the world total. 


Vocation Trip to 


*»«*!*» — PT’iwt Mary | 
a’ dam nn Tuaailal. 
lUt irdar. ra >in« at tdrlONj* 
aflrt raiimlni !• Voe- 
n r .f * r«'l dill *>♦ ma0» 
r l«iar.fl on S* -jrtlar* 

«r lamaeff lUaad — I* 

1.1 a a ill *aa»a Vldoria for 
■ a.. da> ii* KU' CP**' 
la? lilt* and JT 3 Ir • 
j.ij* « II *3 dml Jo 
J a', <3 SI S*s»trmt>»r d. Jd 


The PRESIDENTIAL Woy 


Color Garden Tour 
Films May 3 at 
Crystal Garden 


STEAMSHIP 


M.e k MU J MIRY I IV*. 

iM* Cli'fi'wtd* 

llall, Hi hril«l» I '• r II PI" 

• • • I*,, (•ana'' 1 " ainut lam !•« ► 

f 1 % a >r arm* 

, ,| « ia*r Cnr* An»»l»» * 11 

n, a, flat VlrtnMd » t "I l »a,» VVc- 

. la It ’ l a in drnva Curl An*r>a I 

n. 1 *. . Purl 4i ar» I «» I* m drrl-r* 

• , , 11 % p n |#<*a Vlrlofia 4 pm, 
tua (u-afllr * >» I* 

<l*afi-4*ararlH arratra— t 'a' r B'-Inry 

1 am «rriv» 4f.ariiri»» * *0 P m , 
Ana-ur'ii * Ifl a hi a-ma »t<!n«r 
'll pm i In b"i»i dirarllona Mv Mil- 
,a i» sill anal,* cai'-a *i Priiar Harbor, 
(ii*. rn. .a tala nl and L»*p** lalanrt i 

i n 4 %* * imiii am IIKM 

iKrmn Pilrlrli P*r Airpnrii 
% i.l.da l anraat** — L»a»*na Palrlrld 
a< Ml ■ m , * am. 1 « *» • m • t 
IIS ii m IIS ns. Ml |m 
in p ii. 0 JO pm and II P t» Cm M- 
av. am* f>*iiiila»a only thrr* dUI b* 
ina fiiahia l*a»lnt *1 * >'• P •** • ni * 
i Ml (n Mtur-laia nnly *h*r* dill •»« 


naauiltul coin* film • of tvumra an'* 
«ard«P« In Vlrtorla. and thr f!ra*. 
ahowinf ®f th* Pnaartana Roa* FHtlVal 
ra»*n by Oanrg* WlUU, m»na«*r of 
th* Wr»«*rn Canada 1rav*l Mrvlc*. 
* Ul b* ahoan al ilir Cryatal Oard»n 
1 pm Thurada May 3»d. a» pari Of 
th* Spring ciard*n r*aU«al. Thla »tn 
b* a »p*MaI *T»nlng % *nt*rtalr.m*nt 
Rrf r*»bmenia will b« a*ry*d 

Ml a bo ar«* lM*r**l*d In going 10 »** 
ih* Puri land Ro»* P*»llval Jun* d'h 
to IPth. ran cunlact Mr Wtllla, wh*T* 
grandstand a*ara ran b* ohialn*4 »IU> 
hoi*l and bu» a*at r*a*rvationa. Th* 
aprnai a.I **p*n*a w«r alH !*as* Vic- 
toria for Portland by C P ft boa', « M 
p as , Jun* dth, arrlv* In 8**ill« 
p it . alandard tlm* a-ay in Brat'.le 
ov*rfil«hi !'»>* n**t morning at * od 
by bua. arrtrlr.g In Portland I >0 P n, 
Play in Portland thr** dayi. 'ag'.ng in 
a '.our along Columbia R'.v*.r in Bnnn*- 
vlll* Dam and Multnomah PalH Sr* 
Ih* Ploral Parad* and Roa* P*»»lva]. 
l*a»* Portland «unday. Jun* lWh 
Purlh*r paruculnra W*at*rn Canada 
Trav*l R*-*ir*. 602 Courln*y Stre*t (up 
from th* Poal Office >. 


gKntrd Us* ff*.ld*ut Wliauii or Of-*- 
land jrnir trip (o Honolulu will b* a 
mrmorabl* *»*ni Thu* twin Qu**tu 
of ih* Pa rifle f*aiur* eommodlou* air- 
condition#-! ai#t*room» and Public 
Kiiinu unr*t*!l*d rulain*. and all th# 
mm'grii of a club In Honolulu ** 


THE COMPLETE TRAVEL SERVICE 

By AIR to Great Britain 

H\ VOLK < HOK K OF AIRLINES 

By SEA Via 
PANAMA CANAL 


Agcnla 

Northern 

Pacific 

Kallway 


ML<m 
gov ii Mail. 
a\D 

HOlUl.Nb 

AMf an A 

liatj 


RKO( K LEAVES 

C’apt. J. V. Brock. R.C.N.. com- 
manding officer of the destroyer 
Cayuga during her nlnemonth 
assignment In Korea, left Vic- 
toria yesterday for Ottawa. 

On his way n cross the country, 
he will stop over at Winnipeg. 
Toronto and Montreal to address 
naval officers’ group and other 


W*»tern Conodo Trovel 
Service — B 47 1 2 

adt C*urtn*y S»r**l. Oap P*«i Offir* 
IWUwb Pa*l Offlc* and dai DtHl 
Oadfg* t. mill*, M a na g»r 


TANKER TONNAGE 

The world's tanker fleet In- 
creased by close to 1,000.000 tons 
during the six months ending I 


GEORGE PAULIN, LTD 


*U-II COIJRVMIST *r 

CnUai llr*h*r* 


December 31. 1950. according to 


lieved to be the work of children, i organizations. 


about 1.800 000 square miles 


HUNDRED 


TRAVEL IN THE MODERN MANNER 
LIVE IN THE MODERN MANNER 


Complete the sentence, and for the best entry win 

a Return Trip for 2 by Air to Vancouver or Seattle: 


•'I like Humbert ’Modern Mood' Furniture 
for *500.00. 

becttiMt -- 

Judge* bf rht* adntdat. Mr H*--iot A!**acd*r and * Prankgai 
•f ih# Ad**rtalng Depart mart nf Th# Dally Colorin' 


MODERN BEDROOM SUITE 


GET EVERYTHING SHOWN HERE 
EXACTLY AS ILLUSTRATED 
FOR ONLY 


Not fi but 8 Big Roomy 
Drawers 


Not Just Tapes- 
try. But Heavy- 
Duty Friete 


MODERN DINETTE 


Spring-Filled >1 aft roaa by “Real more 
with Fln-O-fator Unit" 


Artist Sketched In Our Warehouse 


SECTIONAL SET 

End Table and Coffee Table— Not as 
Illustrated. 


JUNE BRIDES and JUST MARRIEDS 

START-A-HOME PLAN 


ADDED ATTRACTION . . . 

Your Old Furniture in Trode . . . Come S«e Ours 
Wd'll Go See Yours . . . 


MAURICE 


3-Story, Block-Long Warehouse 


Start-a-Home Plan 


IN BACK OF THE NEW POST OFFICE 








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RIP KIRBY, by Alex Raymond 


£hr flailtl (Col'*' ’St Victoria, B.C., Sua.. April 29, 1951 37 


BRINGING UP FATHER, by McManus 


WVAT A WO oe^u. 

tBCTuas.'M« *• ll 

MUM06L >5 A GS’-V.O 

4)P£A<5 C*<IU domt 

i'-Tji) Y/r* AT 

7\ l yx; M46E9. 1 


VOU SA.D YOU DC6TROYCD ROGER*/'** 

but rvi bee n told you converteo 
miM to CAPSULt-POPM TO SAVE 
MI6 LiAE AND THAT CAPSUL* . r-1 


BUT NOW ML Be CERTAIN ^ 

ROGER& iS OESTWOYBO.* THEN ,m 
ILL SETTLE WITH YOU.' 


MhAD t>D KXjSfiAjQ 

VO' 'V OUST ATTCH SHE- 
on- IV PULLED DOWN TH* 

A - H A DE-* ff f—S 


DONALD DUCK, by Walt Disney 


f Ml THE TRIUMPH 
OF COURAGE. OVf«J 
DUTIN?! r-r- -T 


LVER’Y NIGHT? 


JOE PALOOKA, by Ham Fisher 


* coeeiction, up *- 

) UA7A?P . Ut MAY »AIV3 
GO? PORTION... BUT 
HiEPT ►- NC7TU/NG TO 
PPtVENT Ut PBOM 
CUAncinc n f wEPf, 

S W* CHIOC 1UK MAP / 


H| AO . 
P*VjOO#A 
C0.T*«0 

•so 

BSTAlAT£0 
A'TM A 
L«t WHICH 
MiSStO. r - 


CALTOW 


WELL, I CAN KEEP MY MIND ON 
MY GARDEN SPADIN' AS LONG 

AS I’M NOT TEMPTED BY , 

iSEEIN* RISKIN' WORMS' J 


MY LAND, GRANDMA , WHY 
TM* 0LINOPOLO ? ( 1 


SMITTY 


RCHIE, by Bob Montana 


/ OUT s/ J DON'T 
^ 1 PARENT M CAPS' 

irs baseball J the owns* 

SEASON. AND J OP THAT 
BOYS will <7 LOT WANTS 
them kicked 
w .. cut and < 
( YOU’RE fiOPJG 
( ‘ ) // VOOWN AMO PUT 


tmis lA a 
GOJNA PE A 

SMUT- OUT,' 


WELL, or ^ 
TO-' PO MX*? 
r OJTY^ . 


Glad to 


The Two op OS' 


T0LO Me 


wELL.THg T o o 
*.|NT TO THE 

ere to sc e 

TM.S V l P Wt 

CHATTED ABOUT 

THE W L B 


REX MORGAN, M.D., by Dal Curtis 


0» CCLA5E, I’M NOT rro ScAl 
«APf V 3 '“I R 9** O R. «OA 
►> W Be- iT5 OOOD 'OR A 
vO-nG DOCTOR 'C 3 H — f 
VAR* *0 AND SETTLE ) 1 


r :vt got to 

PRO Ol" new 
CEf'P.V THA” 
V ARROW’S 
( ivserrso.' 


WtU. JUVt, IT lOC«5 A9 

Osr cw cl'R'OV ***o«> v**«,eo 

*«AREN CARO^fR'^AS S'R.Ca i 

OlR PR fHD. -s_ Hft 

RIA M044AN ' >'V 


G AS SPOurs A’P“M A WELL ON JAAC hORivBR •, PA\<« 


POY...WHAT ARB TOO TALK** 
ABOUT... A.N0 WHAT APR TOt 
DO •<. THAT LO«*» -n 


VOU WANT TO r»<OW NM i 
NO'-» PA’USR <HAf. V 
Af.o Ths <*r TR,!^ 70 *'LL 
HJP-tfJrr . 

_ TAX’S A. LOG A / m® 


BARNABY, by Jack Morley 


Mfi’i my tpwoal 

Ho*, my monhoft tk'tld. 

and my old roogor bodgg- 


M/ O 'Moflwy. Mom iayi not 
lo lot imoginory things couu 
I'ovb'o Who/ dkl i ho moon? 


M, Srr**w ArfcM Ovid 
cord. APIA. T* A, fqs/rty— 


T hit folio* roofly IS 

Toononoo Honoony* 


$ho moon i rm tight. 
Albort modo vp th > i 
WnpoHor M In K«<id. 















































TIW ^ 

W-*7A* - *«v* tyx-ww^* 


38 Dalltl (Colotltat Victor!*, B.C., Sat.. April 29, 1951 


LONDON CF». — New radar Shetland lalc*. ha* Jong been 
•q..:prrent la to he used at British fam " u# f " r ** hand-knitted 
all ports for directing aircraft 
moving on the ground during fog 
Known as the air aurfarf move 
ntenl ll)dl«ator, lt will enable air 
field traffic controller* to operate 
in the poorest visibility. 


Robert Starkey. 531 Orillia, and 
Ian Mowat. 1330 Ftnlayson, were 
remanded In city police court 
Friday to May 7 ao they could 
go to Oakalla Prison Farm to he 
screened for Borstal entrance. 

The pair earlier pleaded guilty 
In city and Saanich police courts 
to a total of 16 charges of break- 
ing and entering and theft and 


Auctioneers and Appraisers 
fcince |(W2 


Union roofing workers who 
walked off their Joba last Mon- 
day will return to work after the 
weekend pending consideration 
of ' proposals made by employers 
at a meeting Friday with 
I^ibor Relations Board official*. 


We have been ln**lm<ted by 
Richard C. Field, ('bartered Ac- 
countant, to sell all the 


Am t)<*ne*r« and Appraisers 
Min e 1W« 


retaining stolen pi 


by two important 
» are leaving the city, 
we will sell In our 


*Tt U with regret . , . but 
having regard to their own wel- 
fare and the welfare of the com 
munlty, I would not feel Justified 
in aus[>cndlng sentence." 


elientN who 
ar.d others, 
£ji lesrooma, 


Main companies still affected 
In the dispute are Parker, John- 
son Ltd., and the Pacific Co aat 
Insulation & Roofing Co. Ltd. 

Officials of the Shlnglt 
Workers Local. United Brothel* 
hood of Tarpenters and Joiners 
lA.FL-TLr 1, say the ronv 
p.inlr-, have refused to sign agree^ 
menf* providing for wage ti> 
creases and other concessions 
which are already In effect la 
nine other local operations. 


TOOLS 


7SI-7S3 JOHNSON KTKKJKT 

WEDNESDAY, 1:30 

GOOD QLAJ.ITY 
ALMOST NEW 


May Day Meeting, hear Elgin 
Ruddell, Tuesday, May 1, 8 p m., 
749 Broughton. 


Sale to )*• held In our 
Basement Salesrooms 
713 Johnson Street 


— Colonial PboM b» Jim Rj.n 

Occidental collectors dream of Oriental delights, this collection of ornate watches— valued at $50.000— from palace of Manchu 
empress of China were photographed last night by a Colonist photographer after he gave his word rot to disclose name of holder, 
now In Victoria. Appraisal la at collectors . not commercial, prices. Trail to treasure led reporter and photographer down dark 
garden path to house on beach after they received mytserious Up on watches' whereabouts Collection is now on Its way East. 


Maudy B. Edward*. Gonrale* 
Beauty Salon, 1222 Lillian Hoad. 
B 4157. 


SATURDAY, 9 A.M 


Hear Ye! With the Vibraphone 
Hearing Aid. No baUerir*. %U> S0- 
day trial. 114. 745 Yales E 0233. 


Tius equipment cost over $60(Xi 
ami rompriM'K In part: Regent 
Welding Machine. Delia Grinder, 
Webster Spray outfit. B. A D. 
Portable Drill, Portable Sander, 
Portable Grinder, Drill Pri as, 
powi r saw. high speed drills, 
anvil, ups and dies, spray guns, 
wren dies chisels, blacksmith's 
force b.'ower, various hand tools 

and other valuable equipment. 

• 

On view Thursday afternoon and 
all day Friday. 


Announcements 


\am-ou\er Island District, 

R.N.A. of B.C., annual meeting, 
election of officers. Plaza Hotel, 
Nanaimo. Friday. May 4rh. 7 p.m 
Guest s{ieaker. Miss Gertrude M. 
Hall. 


Thr Sirocco has three rooms 
available (or rentals, meetings, ban- 
quet*. dances or wedding receptions 
New low rate*. Phons E 9231. 


Vnr ■ Ubiiim! tlm« 1*017 i, win *>»• 
• «»» • «rl»utiur«l mi dual Wo h«r*» 
1 * msec Inr lb* and ui. 4*- 

chart* M coir |J SO • unit bulk m 
blood nn the *ard«e h» blow*, • 

or 0 Pl>i*n» Enptra ru*1 US . • ItH 
ofTir* •( V» Pandora Avanua 
K-ir.am1.ar tou can't lab* »»arTtMn* 
out nf il.» *oll ard pul nmhin* bank 
and »*I aspacl •« ha*e a Hitrlnui *r«aa 
t*" 1 *n 

rtaadukl, ciUaflr »B**i-Wa Biallar wT! 
rei and be • lanlllcvr It ratalna 
ni'Ultii and baal and looaana op alar 
•oil and lb# mih mr p oaa a a 

paat neat Ptioxa X JO* 


“It is an error to suppose that 

vivisection has giirn «ny true 
s<ieniific notions to either sur- 
gery or medicine. It in quite thr 
conlrnry. [ have always found 
th/it what ,ir* termed 'snentlfie 
experiments' not only strange and 
inhuman, but illusory' and dan 
geroua, and 1 am astonished Dial 
all my brother doctors dg not 
recognize ihe Insanity of the in 
vestigations as practised by vivi- 
sect ionlwt*." — Leon Marchand, 
M.D., emeritus professor of the 
Sorhonne, Paris. (Canadian Anti- 
Vivisection Society. 608 Scollard 
Building), 


SI. George's Flower Show and 
Sale Cadburo Bay. May 5. 2 to 
5 p m. 


Also Including. tn part: Almost 

w v I I'ce. Sectional < heslerfleld 
Kiilla, I “.niMf id 3 Pit. (hesler- 
' ft* III sidle in t ,i ild m| 

m -w f<*w' ( «Mtvr(ii» iii Wine, 
oi her c ne-ir/iirid Suites, Rem 
Ington Typewriters, three low- 
ing Machine.*-, Organ, small Oak 
Roll Top Desk. < 'arpel*. Beauti- 
ful t arsed Solid Walnut 9-Pc*. 
Dining sun* with kuftvtary 
Table, almost new W Pee. Walnut 
Dining (Dinette) Suite. Oil Paint- 
ing* and Water Color*. *plendld 
4-I’'v. Walnut Bedroom Suite 
with Four F* outer Bed, a* new 
APre. Malnut Bedroom Suite 
(both Suites complete with 
Spring-Filled Mattresses), 
Chrome Fold A Way Breakfast 
Nook ScL Metal Kitchen Cah- 
ire!*. Congoleum Square* In 
large ei/es, nearly new Combina- 
tion Gas and Coal and Wood 
RanfcP, Small Electrical Appli- 
ani-c-s. Glassware, Chlnaware, 
Muntel Radios. Delta Jig-Saw 
( lH-Inrh awing*, two Electric 
Washing Machines. Ice Refrig 
•rntors. new < ameron Dish 


Mlmro«ruphtn*. printing Wood 
lng, 937 John.M>n fttrari. E 0013. 


The Shawm* an Beach Hotel open* 
for the season. Saturday. May 6 


Skillful barber arrive (a uablt) 
I Harry Firth. Eat cron Avenue 


W omen’s Canadian Club hungry 
bridge and tea Eatons dining- 
room. Friday, May 4 2:30 p m 
C>oor prim Reservations: 
Fletchers, Tuesday. May 1. 10 
a-m. -4 pm., or Mrs MV FL Wil- 
son. G 6.373; Mrs. E. & Farr. 
E 5284; or Mr*. R. G. McKee. 
G 5136. 

The TheowophlcaJ Soriety pre- 
aenu Mr. Barry Green, well- 
known lecturer at a public meet- 
fng. 1012 Douglas St. (over 
SprottShaw). at B pm. Sunday. 
April 29th His aub)ert: *Theo- 
sophy and World Conditions." 
Everyone In vile.! 


Member* of Victoria Choral 
Society are reminded of Annual 
Meeting on Tuesday. May 1. 7.30 
p m. in Memorial HadL Election 
of officers 


MAYNARD A SONS 
Auctioneers 

7 U Johnsoo BL G SMI 


to bring you these prices . . . 

These were outstanding value in pre budget day* . . . right now 
they’re nothing short of sensational. Look over these thret 
examples from our floors. 

SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAYS 


Remember the date. May 5 - 

Business M'omen’a W A Spring 
tea. Memorial Hall; afternoon tea. 
home • cooking and needlework 


Holidays — Bhawnlgan Beach 
Hotel, Shaumlgan Lake, one of 
the Inlands largest resorts. 
Featuring exceptional meal*. 

comfortable lounge, and quiet 
restful rooms, mashle golf 
course, tennis, playroom and 
snack bar, boats, canoes, sailing 
ITogram Includes bridge, can- 
asta. movies, square dancing, 
beach parties. Excellent change- 
of alr_ from sea level Victoria. 
Telephone Cobhle Hill 6Y4 for 
Information or send lor liter- 
ature. 


Auctioneers and Appraisers 
More HO: 


stalls. 


Mr Lnuls rtrlh. well-known hah 

stylist. Is now specializing tn the 
Zoto* fluid wave, featuring the fluid 
cut 738 Yates Street (upstairs* 
Eat at the Tamro Cafe, where E 6133 

they serve ta-My meul«. quiet aur- — 

roundings Government inspected Brenla I,,dge Is now open - 
meats modem eternizing dLshwa*h- Spend a few davs with us. or tnke 

Ss * mMl ln our charming Marine 

il . ? C .“ re ? 28 View dining room. 

Street, next door to the Atlns 

Theatre. 

Aldyrn Hamber Chapter, 
_ IODE., Jumble sale. Hard of 

A Mother s Day Tea under the Hiring Hall, Tuesday. May 1. 

auspices of St. Louis College p fl m y 


In^tructed by John G Dougin*. 
Esq . who 1* taking up furnished- 
apartment residence, we will sell 
at the residence. 


Atwood R adl 

cn tubes, three « 

• 5 *p«d cIz';t u 

: n An, p/rr 


Fleetwood ^ 

“rlss's 


Car SalF, IO A.M. 

Instructed by the administrator 
of the Estate of Thomas Young 
Dunlop, «r will s«>li ■ 

1037 CHRYSLER COUPE 

Heater Excellent Motor 
Also 

1916 DOlWiF. SEDAN 

(One Owner) 

Thl» cor la In heautlful condition, 
and l« equipprd with Radio, 
Hi-nter. Fog Lights. Etc: 

N‘ )T~L We sold this car by Auc- 
tion In *«t Wednesday, TT*e Pur- 
rhao r ua^ unahle to obtain a 
driver a IhTnce. necessitating re- 
sale, 

111.17 FORD SEDAN DELIVERY 

Good Motor, Etc 


BEAI’TIFI’L 
ALMOST NEW 


Thr I'lanrt Hall Hotel. Pnrk^vUle, 
VJ, BC. Invlt« you to enjoy Its 
worm whits sand beach, tu com- 
fortable rooms, and Its excellent 
eulMne Conveniently located on 
brsrh and on^pavrd Island Hish- 
wny. Ten per cent reduction U<r 
holidays of week or longer, except 
in July and AuguM For rate* arid 
reservations write, or phone 46 
Mary Sutherland. Eileen Aliwood, 
oo-msnagrrs. 


MODERN 

FURNISHINGS 

AND 

ELECTRICAL 

APPLIANCES 


Salvage colli-cdon for Oak Flay. 
Shoal Bay and Uplands. We col 
lect rag*, ’paper, household mat- 
tresses. Phone E3413. 


AND 


O.K.S, Free Cancer Dressing 

Stations Fourth Annual Maytime 
Tea will be held Tuesday, May 
xih from 2:30 p m ‘til 5:00 p.m. 
in the K. of P. Hall. 72.3 Cor- 
morant St. Admission 50c. 
General Public cordially Invited. 

Effective Tuesday, May g, 
this announcement column 
will he transferred to the 
regular classified columns as 
classification No. 11. Regular 
classified rates will apply after 
that dale. 


Fill* flallsor. naturopathic physi- 
rlan, druglcsa treatment*, colonic* 
C 5642 


The ELECTRO MAID 

REFRIGERATOR 


Such aa In part’ Two Sectional aru1 * rp Bowing Who 

Chesterfield Suites, severs! wouldn't be Interested In being a 
maple and toasted mahogany K n,u l citizen *and being pHid fur 
Occasional Table* (Including 11 1 onre * w, *«‘k. Those who don't 
leather-top Cofree Table), limed beJon E Mmply don't know what 
oak Twin Bedroom Suite, toasted ,h **V ® re Hi Losing . . on Wednes- 
mahogany Radio-Phonograph *| a y nr ^rklay rughu at the 
lovely Tri and Table Lamps, al- 
most new Moffat Double-Oven 
Eleetrle Range. 6-ruhlr-foot Re 
frigeratnr. Bedding, etc. 

Watch for Particulars and 
View Dates 


ANNIVERSARY 

SPECIAL 


sc were a special pur- 
chase in pre budget time*. An apartment *ire 
refrigerator that has 5.3 cu. It. spare and the famous 
Tecumsrh unit, guaranteed for five years. Porcelain 
enamel interior and lovely arbonte top that make* 
extra table space. Sire 25>£ x 29 inches and 
36 inches high. 


DRYLAND 100', FIR 
WOOD and SAWDUST 

2 cords * 10.50 
4 cords JMD.00 
cords 927.00 
2 Units Bulk Sawdust 
97.00 

Compliments 
M MOWATS. Prop. 

FAMILY FUEL 

B 2038 


Ratemriit Snip, 10:30 

Cl Nil MAN MOTOR SCOOTER 

New Motor 


Art* Centre of Greater Vic 

tnria. Gallery at 823 Broughton 
Ft. Opening Tuesday, May 1st, 
The British Council Exhibition 
of Children’s Painting on Tour 
In Canada. Gallery hours, 11 to 
5:30 pm. dally, except Sunday 
and Monday. 


Mlltl BH — FRUIT 
GARDEN TOOLS, Etc. 

PImhsh See Tuesday's Papers for 
Full Particulars of The*e Sales 


Imir friend*, the Jubbs, late of 
Juhhs* Fish A Chip*. Haultain 
Street, will be glad to meet their 
old friend* and greet their new 
one* at (he Brentwood Auto Court 
Dining-room. Luncheon, afternoon 
tea, dinners. 


MAYNARD A SONS 
Auctioneers 


M AYNARD A SONS 
Auctioneers 

ni TM Johnson street C. ftMl 


733 Johnson 


John A. E^alon, noted lecturer 
and publisher. Toronto, will speak 
this afternoon (Sunday*. April 29. 
3 o'clock, New-stead Flail. Sub- 
feet, “On the Road to Emmaua." 
Don t mi*a IL 


THE AUCTIONEERS 


Aik tloneer* and Appraiser* 

since no: 


We Are Now Conducting Our 
Regular Weekly 


FIR SAWDUST 


Aiirtliinrcr* and Appraiser* 
Since 1001 


Please dn not forget thnt Maple 
Inn at heautlful Maple Flay I* 
open for the Winter There Is 
no lovelier spot for that lunch- 
eon and a rubber of bridge after 
Phone Duncan 233 L-l. 


BY BLOWER 
Per Unit 


Prelim inary Nollre 

IMPORTANT 


In-tructed by Ihe owner, who 1* 
quitting business, we will sell 
(on the premise* it 


BY BULK 
Per Unit.. 


ANTIQUE 

SALE 


TENTS 
AWNINGS 
BOAT COVERS 


r* rwo-riOT i.ot* onv 


Have you been to a “Stanley 
Home Products’* demonstration? 
Needing replacements? Furniture 
Cream, Window Cleaner. E-Z 
Olo Floor Wax. etc. Phone 
O 7565 


STOCK 


1NCS offered are appreciated 
Instructed by Major Keith Mac- Thus fair price* are tiring real 
I Dougall, Mr*. F O Bt. Clair- '***d. Exceptionally nice Suites 
i Keith. Mrs Jessie Kennedy and and Occasional Pieces are now 
other*, we will sell in our sales- consigned and further consign 
| rooms, mentx of good furnishings (no 

731-733 JOHNSON Junk* can be accepted for next 

I work's sale. 

MAY 10*11 When you think of Kilshaws 

don’t think of selling when you 
Interesting think of selling think of Kll- 

Collectlon shaws. 

A XT II in? Sales of every* description tinder 

* * taken, C ash advanced on con- 

Fl RMTI RK signments. Bank and private 

reference.*. 

Exquisite * 

TtRSlAN RUGS 1 ! ^HaHAHS — T he Aucfluneer* 

11IA Fort Ntreri G6I4I 

Original 

Oil Paintings . ;, r . . 

and - \4>\ 

w ater Color* 

< From iWr 

Chineae Porcelains. 

C hina. Gla«s. Rra.*a, ^ ^ '-pe^rvf / r ,f^T 

Copper, etc. ■ 

Watch for Particulars and 

View Dates ^ 


WATERPROOF CLOTHING 
RUBBER BOOTS 
AIR MATTRESSES 


and future* 
of the 


Parent* fell your boy about 
Esquimau Day Snap R^x Derby, 
MayS. 1:30 pm. Macaulay Street 
hill. Ferms available Tudor 
Lunch. Esquimau, now, Good 
prizes. 


MANNING FUELS Ltd 


OAK BAY 

DRESS SHOP 


nos. SOT orotT* »VD n"vios wooinianm 

BOY SCOUT SLEEPING BAG 

S9.45 2F* SI 


1910 STORE ST 


Rummace sale. St. Mary’s Hall. 
Yale Street. Oak Bay. Wednesday, 
May 2. 2:30 p m. Plenty of chil- 
dren's clothing. 

The C anadian Anti \3\i*erf Ion 

.Society will hold a tea and sale 
on Saturday. May 12th at the 

Y.W.C.A. 


F.JEUNE&BR0. LTD 


316? Ottk Bay Ave. 

(Next to Theatre) 

’Hit* ante feature* lfvs afternoon 
dr*’*ee*. selection of cocktail, 
evening and other dresses. 13 
•ulta 55 sweaters (Grandmere. 
GlenavT. etc.), skirts* nylon 
ntghtle*. bra*. *ran.^«. allpa, 
blouse*, etc. Approx. .W items 
Fixture*: Include tslnnd dlsplnyx. 
hexagon-shape blouse bar, count- 
er*. desk, chairs, full length mir- 
ror*. large 4-donr unnimhe. four 
pairs wine draw draper, dre** 
racks, etc. (All In top condition). 

On View 

Wednesday 9 1« 6:66 
Thursday • to AaleMme (1:36) 


Established 1366 


676 JOHNSON STREET 


May 1st — September 30th 

(In Vancouver Forett District April 17-Sept. 30) 


“SAVE THE 
SURFACE” and 


\\ ith the help of the public of British 
Columbia anH those who may be 
their guests this Summer, four out 
of every five forest fires may he pre- 
vented. May we count on receiving 
that help from YOU? 


MAYNARD A RONS 
Auctioneer* 

733 Johnson SL G 5671 


MAYNARD A HONS 
Aartloneerv 


7 rioots 

7 MILLION 
rriMj 


ANNOUNCEMENT 
The Mllkeywhey Goat Dairy 

SERVING VANCOUVER ISLAND 
Now Offers by Courtesy of 

PALM DAIRIES 

A Dally Delivery tn Victoria 

40e P*f Quart— 20c P«r Pint g'ts 


733 Johnson 


Wood - Special, 3 Days - Wood 

50 CORDS 12-INCH CIDAR — MmHt lauda. V.„ |., t H 

5plk. RhJt f* R*r*. »•» • Quick Hu* Fir* 

Ideal f*d to* Snsimn — No SewduM e* Rubkiok 
TWO CORDS - - SJ.S0 — TOUR CORDS - . S* 00 
IMMIDIATI DfLtVItV 

T Z“ z O.K. FUEL g 24$; 

rwim *rrw xtutr.nirvr 


BRITISH COLUMBIA FOREST SERVICE 

_ Department of Land* and Forest* 

DR C. D. ORCHARD, 

Deputy Minister 
of F areata 


HON. E. T KENNEY, 
Minister 


1t24 STORE ST 




Dailtl (HolnttiBl Victoria. B.C.. Sun., April 29, 1951 


5-Pce. Duncan-Phyfe Chrome 

Dining Suite! 


Save $30! Bed 
Davenport Set 


Regular 149.50 two piece suite. 
Davenport opens into super soft, 
double spring bed! Matching 
lounge chair with spring base. 
Silk velour in 

blue or green | | (|5Q 


Match the gay coloring of the Spring season! Brighten 
your home with a glittering chrome set! Oval top 
table with 4 inch chrome trim, centre extension leaf 
and four straight leg chairs, thickly padded on seat 
and back. Choose from grey, rich red, 'green or \ el low. 
TERMS: Pay 32.49 down, $10 monthly for 6 months, 
including carrying charges and B.C. tax. 


BAN Furniture. Fourth Floor 


Light Wood 
Bedroom Suite 


Simmons Coil Spring 
Twin Studio Lounges 


"Your choice of vanity with drop centre 
and bench, or Mr. and Mrs. Dresser with 
six spacious drawers. A f"iir drawer chif- 
fonier and full-size bed complete this love- 
ly suite designed in matched straight grain 
walnut with a plank el feet, 4 TP ACA 
finished in a glossy, light I I JlwV 
wood finish " iw 


Mostly modcr/i a n d some t 
table lamps, about JX" hi.; I 
colors with bright shades. $ 
their beailtv and iiM-mlness • 
nut affected by slight impel ic 
tions. Each 


When company comes— have an extra double bed or 
twin beds ready! Modern style with 2- p jara 
cushion hack, coil spring ba*e and spring- 
filled mattress. Upholstered in plaids. F.a. 


RAN Furniture. Fourth Fluor 


BAN Furniture, Fourlli 


Carpet Sweepers 
Made in England 


Ladies’ Hat Boxes! 
Rigid Construction 


Drapery Yardage at 
Less Than ^ Price! 


Anniversary Price 


Anniversary Price 


Anniversary Price 


• Fitted with all - rubber 
wheels and rubber bumper! 

• A direct shipment oi ta 
mows "Green Arrow" make! 


Regular 12.50 hat boxes in 
blonde rawtex with con 
trasting leather binding in 
red. brown or green. 
Rayon linings with large 
pockets in lid; 14" in dia 
meter. 


Choose from this varied se- 
lection of "Ruftex.” prints, 
rayon failles and many oth 
ers! Assorted colors and 
designs suitable for living 
room or bedroom. In lengths 
up to 30 yards, 4X" wide 


This vs ell made English tar 
pet sweeper makes house- 
work lighter! At this low 
price while they !a«t' 

BAN F'loor Covering, 
Fourth Floor 


Shortie Curtains! 


Plastic, "ith 9 top valance and 
frill at bottom. Amo rtH dr. 
signs and color* to harmomre 
with any color scheme. 4 

I .Dj 


8’xlO’ Belgium Rugs 

Fringed Ends! 

Deep Pile! 


2 Only ! Men's English-made, 

lightweight «amplf bicycles 
with Reynolds tubing and top 
quality Bled fitting* Regular 

49.50 


I Puffy Dot Curtains! 


2 Only ! Youths' bic> fits with 
standard fittings QQ Crt 
Reg. 40 50. Special 

2 Only ! Ladies' bicycles with 
standard fittings! QQ Cf| 
Reg. 49.50. Special VVivU 


U a.sh*hle pully dot marquisrtu 
Priscilla valance and tie-back*. A 
in ivory shade only. Pair 


Each 


Long wearing rugs at a low 
price! Heavy pile in attrac- 
tive Oriental patterns! 


Ice Refrigerators! 


An ideal ’second string” rod of semi-solid eane with qualit 
tips. Cord whipped handle with rubber butt, finished with 
best rod varnish. Each 


Axminster Broadloom 


RAY Sporting Goods, Third FI <K»r 


Oioo*e this finest English caipetmi, 
on tone effect in green. ro*e or R« 
w ide. Square vard.^.^ .. 


First quality ice refrigerator 
with 2 shelves and lower 
base, 50-pound ice capacity, 
well insulated rubber gasket 
door seal. All metal &se 
— ■ ^ finished in gleam- 

' ' " Q L enamel. 

24" wide, 43" 
17" deep. 


Walking Brown Bears 


RAY Floor Coverings, Fourth Floor 


The life-like clockwork Bruin that delights children and adults 
alike. Just wind it up and watch it lumber along the floor! Each 

RAY Tovs, Tliiri 


Flower Pots, Saucers 


Earthenware glazed pots with saucers attached! Classed 
as seconds hut wiUi very slight impertec- ^ ^ p 
tions! "White, ivory, green, bfue and yellow. / i f 
4". Each 4m 

5". each 39<* - 6”. each 49c 

BAY China and Glassware, Street F*!oor 


MAY 1*70 


STORE HOURS: 9 AM to 5 P.M. Wednesdays: QAM tolPM 


Phone E 7 1 J 1 











40 Hailif CUnlnmflt vicior*. b.c, s«a.. Apni n. mi 


Shirts at Half Price! Special! Wool Flannel! 

71 broiidcloth shirts with fused col- Plain and blazer flannel, ideal for 
lars. Plain shades in 15, 15*4, 16. suits, jackets, skirts. Wine, green, 
90 rayon gabardine sport shirts. grey, black ; 54” wide. 4 98 

Plain, small, medium, 1 95 Vard 1 

BAN Dress Goods, Second Floor 

BAN Men s Furnishings, 

Street Floor Ch| , dren » s Ank|et$ 

u. n > Cr\ttr\n D a n ♦ e From England. Rayon and cotton 

Iflcn 9 vUlIOVI ranis mixtures, nylon reinforced heel and 

With 5 pockets, belt loops, cuffed toe, turndown cuffs, elastic % < 

bottoms. Of sturdy cotton in brown top: 4 1 j to 8; subs; 3 pair** X 

and grey 30 to 42 collet ^ 99 ha v u « 

UK • BA ' Hosiery, Street Floor 


Demonstration Radios! China Cups and Saucers Folding Lawn Tables! 
Clearing at Low Prices! °‘ K "K li * h b,Mir cl ' in;i - 

regular 7 5c; tall shape; ^ 

Limited supply! Shop early and floral with gold trim, .. . <3 m 
choose from these values! 

S65 14 Woolcott Blankets! 

1 IQ cn Regular 4.95 wool and rayon blan- 
kets, 69" \ BO", Reversible. *^99 

199.50 Sub*. Each dfa 

149.50 * 

iiocn w ° o1 Te P ee Blankets! . _ „ _ 

I * w.DU Pure wool in red or camel color. 5lII0KGu COltd^C RollS 

C88 M a It Leaf iol< rOt 

tarl ' « or half. II. OA 

BAY Fell Serve Meats, 
Trover Main Floor 

Save! Children’s Wear! 

Nabob Pork and Beans 

lu tomato saui e, 

15 oz. tin 

Oddments! Girls’ Wear 'T™, 


1 ublc model. 

Keg. 9yjo tor 

J chau Mile combination. 
Reg. 189.50 for 5.. 

1 ru/ntmuitioM. single speed. 
Keg. 298£0 lor 

1 combination, 3^ peed. 

Reg. 179.50 for 

2 combinations, 3 -speed. 

Reg. 149.50 for 


'Tender, juicy c! 
only, lb 


Marquisette Mill Ends 


es, Street Floor 


Save! Washing Machines 
at Low Clearance Prices 

Hert s your opportunity to get a 
quality washer! 

r J?m. 1 19.50 

1 regularly 159.90 1 HQ C f> 


Boys’ Gabardine Longs 

Rayon gabardine longs with pleated 
front, zipper closing Plain in beige, 
brown, grey, teal Sizes 6 ij 79 
to 16. Special at pair.... 

. BAY Boss* Wear. Street Floor 


sweaters, Cqc O QQ 

and more . WW to kaww 

RAN’ Children'* Wear. Second Floor 


Save on Coco Door Mats 

Standard quality, regular 1.75. Con 
venient 14” x 24' size. Ideal for 
keeping Summer dust outside the 
house! Special at 4 29 

each 

RAY FI. •or Coverings, 
Fourth Floor 


Foods. 


Men’s Softball Boots 


Skirts, bun Suit*. and | re Shirt- ' 

79' 1 .69 

BAA Girl* Wear. Second Floor 


Rlark canvas boots with white trim, 
heavy duck-uppers, rubber soles, 
reinforced toes, ankle pads. ^J98 
Sizes 7 to 11. Pair mm 

RAN Men s Shoes. Street Floor 


Values in Housewares! 

G^al Scuttle Shovel of strong 4 Q» 
meta! \\ ooden handle ._ .. ... . " ^ 

Wood Hit - a?-«*>rtcr! *i/e* ft -m QQf 
1 . " to yy'. 24 only. Each .. 

BAA Hott*ewarea. Third Floor 


1 regularly 214.50 
for 


Tartan Golf Head Covers 

Limited quantity! \\ aierproof cov- 
ers lor your golf clubs. Sturdy 
elastic necks. 

Regular $1 for Ov 

BAY Sporting Good*, Third Fh»or 


Clearance of Ranges! 
All Marked Way Down! 

Save now on these quality ranges 
reduced to clear! 

1 new wood and coal. Ort CO 

Reg. 149.50 for 33. DU 

1 new wood and coal with oil C 1 OC 
burner. Rig. *185 for 3 I CO 

i u ‘* d Woo/ * *^*1 gae. 7Q pa 

I I 3.0U 

BAY Major Appliance*. Thrld Floor 


Clearance of Wools! Save on 10” Records! 

By a well-known manufacturer. Popular and *emi-olassical 10” rcc- 

\ ariety of types and weights. Very ords. All deleted numbers or used 
limited quantity so shop 4 Ac for demonstration < A c 

eanv. I*oz. ball A Choose early! Each.... A a3 

RAY Wools. Street Floor BAY Records. Third Floor 

No Phone, C.O.D. or Mail Orders on 9 o'Clock Specials 


English Tennis Balls! 

English made tennis balls with 
standard weight and bounce. I pkg. 
of 3 reg. 1 />'», narked ^ 19 
dow n for I hour only ... . A 

BAN Sporting Goods. Third Floor 


Half Off Georgia Peat! 

For healthier house -and 
garden plants: A Ac 

tw'o 2 pi -lb. hags 

BAY China. Street Floor 


Values in Housewares 

Beaver — 

Saws 1 

74.50 


Anniversary Sale Staples! 

25 Only! Shredded 
Latex Foam Pillows 


With 8” tilting arbor, 1.8” 
x 25" table complete with 
meler gauge, pulley, belt 
and mount for motor. A 
high quality saw to com- 
plete your workshop! 


Early shopping is a must for these splendid 
latex foam pillows from L'.S.A. A very low 
price for cool sleeping comfort this Summer. 
Sturdily made to give you years of constant use! 


Hemstitched Sheets 

Buy now for every double bed in vour house! 
Fine quality cotton sheets by Dominion Textile. 
Seconds with slight flaws. a qa 

x 100" finished size. Each 


Hamilton Beach Mixers 

Still at the Old Price! . . . 


Outstanding Values in E 

~ — White Sheets 


• Mixgutde: Puts speed contnoj under thumb 10 tested speeds 

• Bowl Control: Shifts howl at the touch of a finger Even mixing 

• 1-Hand Portability: Mixer slide- on and off stand. No catch to rr ra>e 

• !- Piece Guarded Bearer: 2 full-depth heater* in single protected unit 

• Fully guaranteed for one year from date of pureha«e! 

• Purchased he lore the increase* in taxe«' 

Quality electric mixer with full power at all speeds, practical Pi 
Permits easy one hand operation, has handy single unit Iwaters 
which can he quickly removed and cleaned. Comes complete 
with tested recipe book! Guaranteed and still at old price! Only 

TERMS ARRANGED 


~r,.,rirS 

from Dominion Textile. Slight weaving error* class 
these a* second*. Finished sizes 72 x 100*. Q OQ 
Eat h . O.Oo 


Colonial Sheets 


Dominion Textile MM 
large sheets. Fine quality cotton seconds with minor 
flaws. Hemstitched. 90" x 104' finished. A 4 A 


45° Electro-Saw Double Hotplates! 

2-buirner, 2-twitch electric h t plate*, 
■turdy construction. A QQ 

Buy now! Each 

More Bowl Sets! 

Mixma*ter howl *et* with I large. 
I tmall howl. Sub*. j Qg 

^/t-Qt Trig Kettles 

Stainle** *teel with copper bottom, 
heatproof handle a aq 

2^-ouart *i re. Special. 0«b9 

14” Lawn Mower 

With bion/e sleeve hearing* wooden 
handle, metal wheel*. Q QQ 

10 only, no shop ea/ly ! 0«vv 


Feather Pillows 


outstanding value! Steril 
iaed chicken feather* in featherproof ticking. 4 A a 


Clearance Terry Towels! 


Black and Decker Electro-Saw. Portable with 
automatic blade guard. 4 4 Q CA 

Tilt* to 45*- - • I0.3U 


Assorted 

*trifies on white ground. Minute flaws in these second*! 
Limited quantity. 22” x 42”. qq<* 

Special, each „ 


TERMS ARRANGED 


Chinese Applique Luncheon Sets 

For the Spring bride* on your list! White ground j»at- 
terned with delicate colored applique. 4 qq 

Cloth. 54’ x 54". 4 napkins. Set I ivw 


RAY Staple*. Street Floor 


5U lengths, complete with 
coupling*. A dry-weather ma«l 
for you R Q Q 

gardener* t V«v9 


Linen Glass Towels! 


From Ireland! 
Extra absorbent pure linen towel* \N bite with |"Qf 
colored border, 22“ x 32" F.ach 00 


Turnover Toaster 


iNCO*POP/*rtO mm ifeTo 


BAY Staples. Street Floor 


2 slice turnover toaster with 

rhrorae and black O QQ 

fcnieh. Only , 0.00 


BTORE HOURS: 9 A.M. to f P.M. — Wadnaadayni • A M. to I P.M 






THE DAILY COLONIST 

YEAR 

1951 

' % 

APR